Today we celebrate a victory for media justice in New Mexico! Last night, our Responsible Speech Memorial was passed by Albuquerque City Council in a 5 to 3 vote. We hope this memorial will serve as a national model for other municipal governments that would like to...

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Join MLP and our community partners for our 2014 Media Justice Forum at the Media Arts Collaborative Charter School. The forum is free, open to the public, and provides lunch. Come learn more about all the great media justice work that is being done in Albuquerque....

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Media Literacy project is working to ensure that New Mexican voices are heard as Congress considers defunding the Lifeline Program, as well as working to expand the program to Internet services. MLP collected more than 200 photos from New Mexicans showing support of...

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Media Literacy Project is proud to work with women studying applied communication at Dubai Women's College! This project began as a collaboration on a counter-ad...

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Body Image and Making Films

By Michelle Gallarza -- All through middle school I heard girls complain about their bodies. They would say, “I’m fat.” They would say they felt ugly without makeup. Some girls wouldn’t be allowed to wear makeup so they would get to school and put it on in the bathroom in a hurry and then take it off before they left school. It was difficult to hear these comments. Read more »

Senators hammer Comcast on programming concerns

Jonathan Guilford, Thomas Zadvydas and Bhavna Kaul
Thu, 04/17/2014


The Senate hearing Wednesday on the proposed merger of Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) and Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) was rife with so-called monopsony concerns. Read more »