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The Top Media Justice Stories and Wins of 2018

As the year comes to a close, we’re sharing some of the top victories we accomplished together over the past 12 months. Thank you for your ongoing support of Team Media Justice and all that we do!  Help us make 2019 our biggest year yet by pitching in today. In the Twitter thread below we Read more

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Facebook Can’t Be Trusted to Regulate Itself

As news reports continue to reveal the extent to which Facebook’s platforms have been used to promote hate, the Center for Media Justice joined Muslim Advocates and 30 other civil rights groups in signing a letter to CEO Mark Zuckerberg today demanding dramatic reforms to Facebook’s board of directors and the leadership of the company. This includes Read more

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Support Team Media Justice on #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday, the global day of giving, is just 1 DAY AWAY. As the barriers for communication in our communities continue to rise, we need your support to fuel the fight for media justice.  Help us start strong tomorrow by giving today. When you donate to our team, here’s what’s possible: Together we will hold Facebook Read more

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From Remembrance to Resilience

Today, November 20, marks the 19th Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR). This day is honored internationally to recognize the lives taken by transphobic violence. What started as an online action to find and honor transgender Read more

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Harnessing the Power of Our Narratives

Earlier this month, we joined activists, organizers, educators and community leaders at the Facing Race conference in Detroit, which provided an opportunity to deeply consider how our individual work comes together to advance racial justice for all. With hundreds of sessions dedicated to reimagining what justice looks like from a variety of angles and intersections, Read more

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Demand #NoDigitalPrisons in Illinois

For most people released from prison in Illinois, incarceration doesn’t end when they exit the gates. There are currently nearly 3000 people on “mandatory supervised release” in the state shackled to an electronic monitor.*  These devices subject people to house arrest, creating enormous obstacles to finding a job, seeking medical care, responding to emergencies and Read more

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We’re headed to Facing Race in Detroit!

Starting Thursday, Team #MediaJustice—including several members of our Media Action Grassroots Network—are joining activists, organizers, educators and community leaders in Detroit at Facing Race, the largest racial justice conference in the nation. Throughout the rest of the week, our members and allies will be leading workshops and participating in panel discussions. Check out the graphic Read more

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Honoring Alana’s Legacy, Sustaining Malkia’s Vision

Alana Devich Cyril died on Saturday, October 27 after a relentless two year battle with advanced gastro-esophageal cancer. Joy was her weapon, humor her armor. Alana was a theatre buff and creative maven who loved words and understood the power of communication. She was part of the media justice movement not only as the beloved wife Read more

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Vote for Team #MediaJustice!

Help us win big! Each month CREDO gives away over $150,000 to three non-profits of their choosing, and this month the Center for Media Justice is on the list. The more votes we get, the more CREDO will donate to our organization and network! Vote Now. This is a fun, easy way to show your Read more

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Why We’re Demanding #NoMoreShackles

When people have done their time, they should be cut loose, not made to jump through more hoops and shackled with threatening devices that follow their every move. Which is why we believe it’s time to stop electronically monitoring people on parole. Today we’re releasing the “No More Shackles” report, produced in partnership with the Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center, Read more