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Young women of color premiere films about reproductive justice in New Mexico

Monday, October 15, 2012

WHAT : Girl Tech is a program for young women of color in New Mexico. This year-long program includes media justice training, reproductive justice training, and communications training in storytelling...

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New Mexico Public Regulations Commission passes Inmate Phone Resolution to the FCC

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

 

On the heels of a historic meeting and passage of a prison phone rates resolution to the Federal Communications Commission, New Mexico can be proud that the Public Regulations Commission made a statement on behalf of New Mexican families today.

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NM MAG-Net Anchor helps to pass a prison phone rate resolution at the FCC

Monday, September 24, 2012

 

WHAT:  On Friday, in coordination with a national campaign for prison phone justice, Media Literacy Project helped pass a prison phone rate resolution in their appointed role as a member of the Federal Communications Commission’...

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Media Literacy Project & Free Press meet with Senator Tom Udall’s Office on Municipal Broadband

Friday, August 17, 2012

 

Many rural New Mexicans know all too well the disconnection and loss of opportunities that stem from a lack of affordable high-speed Internet access. However, the promise of affordable and efficient access has eluded many urban New Mexicans as well....

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Media Literacy Project releases statement on APS Family Engagement Policy

Thursday, August 16, 2012

 

At a standing room only Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) Board meeting last night, Media Literacy Project issued a public statement read by Media Justice Organizer Rusita Avila. In the presence of concerned parents and family members, Families United for Education challenged the...

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International New Media Festival in Santa Fe Hosts First-time Filmmaker Panel on Saturday

Thursday, July 5, 2012

For the past three years, young women of color have been turning the camera on themselves and their community in the name of reproductive justice. Girl Tech Collective is a year-long program for young women of color in...

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Appalachia and Albuquerque partner for a performance about prison justice

Friday, June 29, 2012

 

Kentucky-based Roadside Theater is partnering with Albuquerque-based Media Literacy Project to build a show right here in New Mexico. From School House to Jail House is a community-driven creative...

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BREAKING NEWS: PUBLIC ACCESS STATION DENIED ACCESS TO BUILDING BY ARMED GUARD

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

 

Albuquerque citizens along with the staff and board Quote Unquote Inc. showed up to the station at 519 Central NW to find their access revoked by an armed officer placed there by the City of Albuquerque. Preliminary reports by community members and would-be “movers” gathered on the...

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Middle school students make media & memories at Albuquerque Academy

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

On Friday, June 29th, Media Literacy Project (MLP) will host a film screening party for the participants in their Girls Toolbox for Life course. After two-weeks of education, training, production and editing, the novice...

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Papa’s Day Calls from Home Radio Program Sends Hope to Incarcerated Fathers

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Media Literacy Project, Strong Families, and Thousand Kites are collaborating to raise the national dialogue around prison justice. On June 16th, the three organizations will air a Papa’s Day radio program that is composed of personal stories from those impacted by America’s culture...

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