Even as Philadelphia school year began amidst ongoing deficit concerns, school closures, and employee layoffs, few could have predicted that the School District of Philadelphia would take an even bigger hit. That hit came in the form of a sudden action from the School Reform Commission.
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Join us Thursday, October 2nd from 6-8pm to watch the stories we've been collecting of families' struggles and triumphs in the face of major educational budget cuts across Philadelphia.
September 15th is the last day that people nationwide can file comments about net neutrality to the Federal Communications Commission. Philadelphians, alongside thousands across the country will protest to protect the open internet and stop companies like Comcast that would rather protect their...
We are so excited to announce that MMP’s sustainer program has been featured in the latest issue of the Grassroots Fundraising Journal in an article written by Kristin Campbell and Allison Budschalow called, “Building People-Powered Organizations Through Sustainership.”
The People's Climate March brought Philadelphians from our city's many movements together under the banner of climate and economic justice. Hear the stories collected by MMP media organizing Zein Nakhoda alongside Alexa Ross, both of the Maypop Collective for Climate and Economic Justice.
The 2014-15 school year started out with a week of action by parents, students, and teachers demanding a quality education for all. For closed captioning in english or spanish click here.
On September 15th, the last day that the Federal Communications Commission accepted public comments on Net Neutrality. The CAP Comcast campaign and Media Mobilizing Project, in collaboration with Free Press, held a rally against Comcast’s dominance over our right to communicate. Check here for a...