Blog: September 2011

New Mexico Kites.org Goes Live

In more ways than one, New Mexican families impacted by America’s culture of incarceration will be on the air, first in cyberspace and then on the airwaves.

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Girl Tech Collective: Keeping an Eye Out for Reproductive Justice

As Media Literacy Project welcomes a new cohort to Girl Tech and prepares to co-host the national Reproductive Justice Network Annual Meeting, we take a look back at how we arrived here and thank those that helped us get here.

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Month of Action on the AT&T-T-Mobile Merger: Save the Best for Last!

The last day of August was a game changer for consumer advocates nationwide and Media Literacy Project. The Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an anti-trust suit against the proposed AT&T-T-Mobile merger on August 31st.

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Prison Justice finally has an Alibi

Prison Justice finally has an alibi, the cover of the Weekly Alibi. In New Mexico, Prison Justice is big news thanks to a visit from our friends at Thousand Kites. However, New Mexico has always had a legacy of connecting prison families through media.

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