A half-dozen companies are getting $1.2 billion in tax discounts to operate in Camden, New Jersey. Why is so much public money going to so few? And what can we do about it? This video was produced by Media Mobilizing Project’s Movement Media Fellows.
Community control: It’s about having a say in what happens. It’s about pulling resources to uplift us all. It’s about each of our culture and history. It’s about making the best for the children. And it’s everyone’s right. Defining Community Control Community control: It’s about having a say in what happens. It’s about pulling resources to […]
Unite Here Philadelphia and allies across labor and community gathered for a vigil in honor of #PhilandoCastile. Philando Castile was a food and service worker, like the workers of Local 634. He was gunned down by a system that profits from Black death. This is what one UNITE HERE member, Dan Grant had to say. Dan […]
The Stadium Stompers are making powerful moves to stop Temple University from building a 35,000 seat stadium in North Philly, and to preserve and honor the neighborhood’s Black community. This video was produced by MMP’s Movement Media Fellows program. Shoutout to Elías Gonzalez Sheila Quintana Maddie Taterka Alex Wiles and Josh Graupy for their amazing […]
On Tuesday, June 14th, the United States Court of Appeals ruled that the Federal Communications Commission has wide power to regulate the internet – and to define it as a utility for consumers nationwide. Read below for Media Mobilizing Project’s statement on the historic decision.
Verizon needs to finish the job in Philadelphia. Verizon wants to get off the hook for connecting Philadelphia with FiOS service. These bad business practices have left Verizon workers with no choice but to strike for the last two months. Let’s hold them accountable. Verizon needs to finish the job in PhiladelphiaVerizon wants to get […]
Do you want to learn how to better communicate to the world about your community activism or organizing work? Come to MMP’s Movement Media Institute training in Atlantic City on May 21st. The Movement Media Institute is an intensive crash course in media and communications strategy for people who are fighting for change in their […]
Verizon made us a promise to bring the choice of faster, stronger technology to Philadelphia and every one of its residents. But we know communities are being left out and offline as Verizon breaks it’s promise to Philly. Help us make sure City Council hears from communities who want to get the access we were promised. Sign the petition now.
We need your help to visit at least 20 cities and towns on a summer tour. Grassroots organizers, potential organizers, and members of the extended community working on different issues need to see this film and they need to see it together. That’s what Groundwork is all about — how our struggles are interconnected and how we can stand up together.
Every spring, Cooper’s Ferry Partnership holds its Annual Meeting, a $125-a-ticket event where developers, construction companies, city officials, politicians, as well as architects, lawyers, and a few community leaders mingle in front of the shark tanks at the Camden Aquarium.