We thank you for your support over our many years and we look forward to building with you in new ways.

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Girl Tech 2014 Video Shoot

Girl Tech was a program for young women of color ages 15-24 in Albuquerque. This year-long program included training on media justice, reproductive justice, storytelling, and video making.

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The New Mexico Digital Justice Coalition (NM DJC) is comprised of people and organizations in New Mexico who believe that media should connect our communities culturally, politically, and technologically.

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We are still available for trainings! Andrea Quijada and Jessica Collins are currently availble to provide media literacy trainings and workshops to your school, community, or organization.

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What's New

New Siembra la Palabra Digna Toolkit!

 

In April 2014, Media Literacy Project and 26 other organizations went to the Albuquerque city council to show our need for a media system that treats our communities with respect and dignity. Together we were able to pass the Memorial for Responsible Speech which represented the values of people across the city in stating that irresponsible speech and misrepresentation of marginalized communities has no space in our city. We want to thank everyone who participated in the actions to pass this memorial and thank the city council members who became champions for responsible speech with their votes. 

There is still widespread irresponsible speech used in local and national media. Passing this memorial was only the first step. 

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MLP Releases Revised Media Literacy Handouts

Media Literacy Project has revised our Introduction to Media Literacy and Language of Persuasion handouts! Read more »

Grow With MLP's Ecosystem

MLP's Ecosystem created by Gigi Archibeque

New Mexico had one of our longest droughts in 2014. In fact, January was the driest our state had ever been since 1895. In Albuquerque alone we had no rain or snow for 43 days. The impact was visible and tangible—dry land, no snow-covered mountains, and a low Rio Grande. It stayed dry for months. Then, in the summer, we received record-breaking rainfall. Read more »