Posted on July 1, 2014
Last night, New Mexico youth had their voices heard by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler about their experiences with media! Young people rarely have opportunities to talk back to the federal government and their involvement in media justice helps to secure our movement for the future.
Posted on June 3, 2014
Media Literacy Project and the Digital Justice Coalition of New Mexico in collaboration with the Center for Media Justice and Free Press are happy to announce that the Chairman of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) will be visiting Albuquerque on Monday, June 30th.
Posted on May 19, 2014
On April 26th, 2014 Media Literacy Project hosted our first Media Justice Forum at Media Arts Collaborative Charter School. We had a range of presenters who do awesome media justice work across Albuquerque. Thank you so much to everyone that attended!
Comments of attendees:
- I enjoyed the panel discussions; we each have a lot to share both youth and adults.
Posted on January 17, 2014
The Verizon v. FCC decision this week was a great disappointment to Media Literacy Project and everyone in our media justice family. The decision overturned most of the FCC’s Open Internet Order from 2010 and questions the FCC’s right to regulate the internet.
Posted on December 3, 2013
The first thing I do in the morning is sign into Facebook and Twitter. I’ll tell anyone listening that I’m trying to get more Twitter followers (Follow me @alannaoffield). I keep in touch with family and friends around the world sharing real time videos of my daughter walking via Skype.
Posted on March 28, 2012
Media Literacy Project Strategic Communications Director Hakim Bellamy puts Black Voices for Internet Freedom in a historical context. Not too difficult a task since the movement for media justice began in disenfranchised communities.
Posted on January 5, 2012
It’s not about intellectual property, it’s about internet freedom. Supporters of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and its Senate counterpart, the Protect IP Act, claim to have a bill that would bring an end to online content piracy and stop the $25 billion a year loss that the US film industry incurs due to illegal downloading and streaming.
Posted on December 5, 2011
MLP survives off of a steady diet of media policy so you don't have to. See our synopsis of the three most current and critical happenings in media policy, as we mark six months of representing New Mexico on the Federal Communications Commission Consumer Advisory Committee in Washington, DC.
Posted on November 1, 2011
Media Literacy Project Executive Director, Andrea Quijada, asks "Would this Occupy movement even be possible without a free and open internet?" American media has been colonized for too long, it is time to (Un)Occupy the airwaves.