• Philly SUN
  • Voices from the Philly SUN Network

    Young people, parents, school staff, and neighbors work every day to combat decades of top down decisions to dismantle public neighborhood schools. In this series, members of PhillySUN (Schools Unifying Neighborhoods) share their day to day work towards their visions for their schools and neighborhoods.  These stories lift up organizers in the broadest sense–those who […]

  • Rights & Access
  • From Brooklyn, to Philly, to D.C.: A Day in the Fight for Net Neutrality

    This article is reposted from the Center for Media Justice. by Di Luong, Media Mobilizing Project On an unseasonably hot September day in Washington D.C., our group of grassroots activists have been jostling through several metal detectors, carpeted cafeterias, and marble steps from one congressional building to the next. By late afternoon our physical and […]

  • Movement Media Fellows
  • Join us for a screening of films about local struggles for justice

    Join Media Mobilizing Project for an evening of short films about people transforming their communities and building power. Produced in partnership with the No215Jail Coalition, UNITE HERE, Philly SUN, and Atlantic City Citizens Against the State Takeover. All films were produced by participants in MMP’s Movement Media Fellows Program, an intensive hands-on training in film […]

  • Rights & Access
  • MMP Policy Director Hannah Sassaman Awarded 2017 Soros Justice Fellowship

    Media Mobilizing Project is happy to announce that our policy director, Hannah Sassaman, has been awarded the 2017 Soros Justice Fellowship. Hannah won this competitive fellowship, awarded to pivotal organizers, artists and activists with a major potential for accomplishing transformative social change, for her organizing around algorithmic accountability in criminal justice.   As Philadelphia pursues […]

  • Fundraising
  • Local organizing is our greatest hope

    Local organizing is our greatest hope. Facing some of the most polarizing times in recent US history, thousands in our region are turning anger into change. We’re engaging each other in new and transformative ways – using people power to demand more from the institutions that impact our lives. From the historic race for District […]