Tip Sheet for Filming Immigration and Customs Officials (ICE)

“Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) continues to surveil, target, and harass immigrant communities, often showing up at homes in nondescript clothing, identifying as police officers, or using fabricated stories to gain entry (practices also sustained throughout the previous administration). We believe that filming these encounters on a cellphone or other device, if possible, can help Read more


Resource Guide: Shot on Camera, Documenting the Police

On September 22, the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net) hosted a Media Justice Salon, SHOT ON CAMERA: Documenting the Police. While the police are being equipped with body- worn cameras to record the public, the public’s right to record the police is being contested. During the Salon, Nicole Carty from SumOfUs, Priscila Neru from Witness, Read more


The Art and Science of Framing an Issue

This tool from the Movement Advancement Project and GLAAD aims to help organizers and advocates think through strategic frames and messages to win the battle of ideas.


A Police Body Worn Cameras: A Police Scorecard

The Center for Media Justice and others worked with the Leadership Conference and Upturn to produce this great report check it out! In the wake of high-profile incidents in Ferguson, Staten Island, North Charleston, Baltimore, and elsewhere, law enforcement agencies across the country are rapidly adopting body-worn cameras for their officers. One of the main Read more


#RightoConnect 1 pager

Here is a brief 1 pager that explains our #RighToConnect campaign and why the time for action on prison phones and the Lifeline program is now.


Prison Phone Fact sheet

This fact sheet was produced by the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net) to give more information about our current Prison Phone campaign.


Net Neutrality Fact Sheet

10 things you wanted to know about Net Neutrality but were too afraid (or bored) to ask.