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What Girl Tech (and List-Making) Has Taught Me

By Jessica Collins-- I am a list maker. When other staff draw pictures of me, which often happens in non-profit social change work, they draw me with a list on my desk.

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Twelve Media Justice Wins and Fails of the Last 20 Years

As Media Literacy Project looked back on the last twenty years, we stopped to reflect on the wins and fails in the media justice movement. Here is a brief list of moments that advanced media justice, moments that allowed for communities, especially communities of color and low-income communities, to maintain their communication rights, shape media policy, and share their voice.

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Call to Action: Show Your Support for the Lifeline Program

Started in 1985 under President Regan, the Lifeline program has provided a discount on phone service for qualifying low-income consumers to ensure that all Americans have the opportunities and security that phone service brings, including being able to connect to jobs, family, and emergency services.

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Media Justice Voter Guide

This voter guide was created by Media Literacy Project to help Albuquerque voters make an informed decision about media justice issues at the polls. Read more»

Digital Justice Coalition Meeting Wrap-Up

By Emmanuelle "Neza" Leal-Santillan

Last week the Digital Justice Coalition held its September meeting to continue working to build a media justice movement in New Mexico.

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Lalo Alcaraz Deconstructed Media with Media Literacy Project

On Sept. 25, Lalo Alcaraz came from Los Angeles to deconstruct his hilarious cartoons at a packed Encuentro in Albuquerque, with 60 people in attendance.

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Whitest Emmys Ever (and Michael Douglas’ Gay Jokes)

By Shana Heinricy

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Justice for Breakfast: MLP Celebrates Long-Awaited FCC Vote on Prison Phone Rates

By Emmanuelle "Neza" Leal-Santillan

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The Problems with Jamie Oliver's Idea of a Food Revolution

Los Jardines, Photo by Goujon Susana LeePHOTO: Los Jardines Institute, by Goujon Susana Lee

By Andrea Quijada

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In Memoriam, Bob McCannon

Dear Media Literacy Project supporters:

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