MMP exists to build a media, education and organizing infrastructure that will cohere and amplify the growing movement to end poverty. We use media to organize poor and working people to tell our stories to each other and the world, disrupting the stereotypes and structures that keep our communities divided.
On October 29th, City Council introduced a bill outlining the initial details agreed to by the City of Philadelphia and Comcast, in their next 15-year communications franchise. Our statement on that introduction is here.
We're kicking off a year-long celebration of MMP's work and network over the past 10 years. Join us Saturday October 3, 2015, 1-4pm at the Carriage House - 3907 Spruce Street. Featuring media screening, food, games, music, story-collecting, photo booth, mmp history, program updates and more. It will be great for kids!
MMP Co-Founder Todd Wolfson recently released Digital Rebellion: The Birth of the Cyber Left. We think it's a great book and we want you to read it. Become a sustainer or increase your monthly contribution today and we’ll send you a signed copy.
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