Girl Tech 2014 Video Shoot

The 2014 Girl Tech video has been released! From This Day On weaves together the stories of eight young women as they share what impacts their bodies, health, and lives. This beautiful and inspiring video expresses both the challenges they face and how...

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Youth for Media Justice (Y4MJ) is a new program that Media Literacy Project launched this summer. The program is for young people ages 15 to 21 in Albuquerque who are interested in working on media policy and media justice issues.

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What's New

Submit to the Bad Ad and Counter Ad Contest! Deadline approaching.

The Bad Ad and Counter Ad Contests will end on January 30, 2015. To participate in the contest, you must be a resident of the U.S. and enrolled in grades 6-12 in a public or private school or participate in an after-school program or community organization. Younger contest applicants may be accepted upon approval by Media Literacy Project. Read more »

Complete Our Media Access Survey!

Media Literacy Project is conducting a short survey about the types of phone and Internet access our communities have and how it can be improved. We need to gather as many as possible responses from Albuquerque people living in the 87105 zip code. Please, share this link among your friends and personal contacts! Read more »

New Siembra la Palabra Digna Toolkit!


Last April, Media Literacy Project and 26 other organizations went to the Albuquerque city council to show our need for a media system that treats our communities with respect and dignity. Together we were able to pass the Memorial for Responsible Speech which represented the values of people across the city in stating that irresponsible speech and misrepresentation of marginalized communities has no space in our city. We want to thank everyone who participated in the actions to pass this memorial and thank the city council members who became champions for responsible speech with their votes. 

There is still widespread irresponsible speech used in local and national media. Passing this memorial was only the first step. 

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