Comcast, along with other big employers in Philly, just sued the City for the right to demand you share your wage history, if you’re applying to work there. We need your help to stop them.
“When Chairman Pai threatens to undo the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules, we should be clear about what he is saying. He is saying that poor people, especially from communities of color, don’t deserve unfettered access to the Internet, and the work, health, education, and movement building that can provide. He is saying […]
Media Mobilizing Project is excited to welcome 14 new fellows to our family. The Movement Media Fellows program trains movement storytellers in the Philadelphia region to tell powerful, effective stories about communities coming together to create change. Over the next several months, fellows will partner with local grassroots organizations to produce video and multimedia projects about critical campaigns […]
Yesterday morning, the Daily News reported that police officers Mitchell Farrell and Kevin Harvey, who riddled college student and delivery driver Philipe Holland with crippling bullets, are back on street duty, having never missed a paycheck or suffered any reprimand deeper than suspension. Reporter Mensah Dean also noted, “There have been more than 430 officer-involved shootings between […]
Prominent community organizations in Philadelphia united today to unveil the Philadelphia Coalition for a Just District Attorney. Comprised of a broad and diverse set of groups representing many tens of thousands of Philadelphia voters and communities, the new coalition announced their commitment to hold all the District Attorney candidates accountable to their communities’ fundamental need for justice and […]
Are you a storyteller who believes in taking a stand with poor and oppressed people? Have you experienced the effects of a media system that misrepresents your community and the issues you care about? Do you want to make media WITH movements for economic, racial and environmental justice, and help build positive alternatives to our […]
MMP commissioned this beautiful 12×18″ poster from Josh Graupera, a local artist and one of our Media Fellows. Make your donation of at least $30 to MMP and we’ll send you one. Available in 3 unique background colors. To get it by Dec 25th, you have to order by Dec 19th! Or stop by the […]
Media outlets across the country and around the world are covering the so-called “alt-right” without truly explaining who they really are: white nationalists and white supremacists steeped in racism, misogyny, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and other forms of ugly hate. Fortunately, the Associated Press just released standards for reporting on the “alt-right” and their activities – urging reporters to […]
The early days of President-elect Trump’s transition have already made clear that the racism, bigotry and misogyny that fueled his campaign will continue into his administration. The vast majority of Americans suffered mightily through the economic crisis of the past decade. That suffering, tied with growing and unchecked white supremacy in our country, created the […]
Thousands of families in New Jersey face the fear of being separated each day. A drivers license would make a difference in the lives of so many. Hear the voices of immigrant leaders fighting for the right to drive without fear.