Good SOPA, Bad SOPA: Congress needs to hear your voice, New Mexico. 

Today thousands of sites have gone black in solidarity against the "Stop Online Piracy Act" and the "Protect IP Act". In support of the blackout, Media Literacy Project encourages you to visit our coalition partners at Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net), Latinos for Internet Freedom and Black Voices for Internet Freedom to find out how you can contact your congressional representatives and tell them “SOPA is BAD.” The passage of these acts could fundamentally change the Internet as we know it--limiting the openness and creativity of the Internet that our communities have fought for. Among other things, these bills could censor websites, limit innovation, and kill jobs--Outcomes that New Mexico cannot afford.

Congress has the power to stop these bills -- but they need to hear from us. They need to know that working class, New Mexican families care about technology and the role it plays in social and economic inclusion.
We can play a direct role in determining the future of the Internet!  Call your elected officials and tell them we want a fair and open Internet.

Watch the KRQE News on SOPA/PIPA featuring Media Literacy Project.

See if your Congressperson or Senator supports SOPA/PIPA.

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