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Justice communications is part and parcel of your organizing strategy. These studies can help you develop movement power in your community. Find more organizing tools on the Media Action Grassroots Network website.
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- Proceedings of the 2009 Midwest Rural Assembly
In August 2009, a group of 170 people gathered in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to launch the Midwest Rural Assembly—a network of community leaders, organizations, and policymakers dedicated to creating a stronger rural America. They discussed the issues that mattered most to them, assessed policy opportunities and challenges, and committed to action.
- Displacing the Dream: A Report on Bay Area Newspaper Coverage of Development and Gentrification
As of 2006, Oakland and San Francisco had each lost 20 to 25 percent of their African-American populations. Displacing the Dream exposes the failure of Bay Area newspapers to adequately cover the crisis of gentrification and displacement facing the Bay Area today. What did newspaper coverage of housing and development include? Whose voices were heard and whose got left out?
- Reframing Power: An Evaluation of the Youth Media Council's First Three Years
Reframing Power takes a look at the media and social conditions that led to the formation of the Youth Media Council (now the Center for Media Justice), and the strategies YMC tested in creating an innovative model for strategic communications and media organizing with youth and communities of color.
“InSecurity: Race, Surveillance and Privacy in the Digital Age” Sponsored by New America Foundation, the Center for Media justice and the Consumers Union
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"InSecurity: Race, Surveillance and Privacy in the Digital Age" Sponsored by New America Foundation, the Center for Media justice and the Consumers Union
Consumers, Big Data, and Online Tracking in the Retail Industry: A Case Study on Walmart. New report from Center for Media Justice, Color of Change, and Sum of Us says digital spying puts consumers of color, and all consumers, at risk from Walmart