Media Mobilizing Project, in partnership with the Media, Inequality, & Change Center (MIC), are launching the Community/Journalist Exchange. The CJE is collaborative news and community advocate series in the run-up to the 2019 municipal elections. Local elections are a moment when people from across the city engage with the most pressing local issues, from public […]
During the Democratic National Convention in Philly MMP’s very own Bryan Mercer and Amber Marie-Felton featured across two pieces for AJ+. First Bryan took viewers on a social justice tour of Philadelphia, stopping at places in the center of issues like environmental and economic justice. Then, Amber joined AJ+ hosts as a People’s Pundit, sharing […]
MMP has followed the campaign trail, documenting candidate forums to help Philadelphians and Pennsylvanians make their decision at the polls. Find here video footage from Mayor and City Council Candidates at the Working Families Candidate Forum and the Neighborhood Networks Judges Forum for the Supreme Court of PA.
What will it take to make PA’s next governor listen to US? Watch how your neighbors are making their voices heard. This year Pennsylvanians will choose our state’s next governor. Our current Governor, Republican Tom Corbett has been met with staggeringly low approval ratings and continued dissatisfaction amongst voters, particularly for his policies on education. […]
Four of the candidates in the race for Governor of Pennsylvania stated their positions on key issues such as healthcare, education, immigration and incarceration. If you didn’t catch the longer two-hour discussion here is a look back question by question.
UPDATE: Video from the forum now online in full (starts at 18 minutes). Saturday Nov. 23rd, from 4-6pm, candidates in the 2014 Pennsylvania Governors race will speak at a community forum on issues affecting working families. If you can't make it in person tune in here, online, to watch. A wide coalition of groups organizing […]
Michael Nutter will welcome technologists and mayors to a closed-door Innovation Summit this week. At Media Mobilizing Project, we work with poor and working people every day to tell our stories and connect our struggles using media and technology. Mayors, listen up: these are the innovations that our communities need.