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Not only does Affleck take license with the historical accuracy of the story, he also tosses in race, casting himself as the Latino lead character, Tony Mendez. Since artistic license is most often understood as a method used by artists to improve their work—this isn’t just troubling, it’s a manifestation of systemic racism.
Union busting movie Won’t Back Down is produced by the conservative Walden Media company and financed by Phil Anschutz, a guy who has a long and sordid history of using his big bucks to fund misinformation campaigns. Scared? You should be!
Juan Gonzalez and Joe Torres’ bestseller News for All the People takes the reader on a sweeping yet thorough journey through the history of the American media. They show that race has not been a marginal issue to the American press, but instead has been a main theme. . .
The Center for Media Justice has been invited by the Federal Communications Commission’s Chairman Julius Genachowski to join the newly formed Consumer Advisory Committee.
Q – What do you call a media empire that has been deliberately used to shape public opinion in favor of the Iraq, Afghanistan and now Libyan wars?
Speaking and listening to tightrope moms and their issues will not only make for a better national conversation about the future; it’s the politically smart thing to do.
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“The Oscars,” as it’s more commonly known, is one of the most hyped and watched cultural events in America.
CMJ’s communications strategist and program director of justice communications has been a part of a few exciting funder briefings over the last month. In May we helped shape and participated in “The State of Grassroots Communications: Shifting the Landscape Toward Justice.” In June we were asked by Public Interest Project’s Alliance-Building program to participate in a donor briefing on communications strategies for alliance building.
In this edition of VisionTalk, Saru Jayaraman talks about how Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC United) are building a powerful movement to improve the working conditions and wages of the nation’s 10 million restaurant workers.