What is MAG-Net?
The Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net) is a local-to-local advocacy network of grassroots community organizations working together for media change to end poverty, eliminate racism, and ensure human rights. With over 100 member groups nationwide, regional chapters, an online action network, a media justice learning community, and collaborative campaigns- MAG-Net is advancing an exciting new vision for media justice.
MAG-Net Project Staff:
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Or contact Network Manager, Betty Yu - email@example.com
MAG-Net Core Strategies:
- Coordinate an effective and dynamic network of grassroots leaders for media change
- Strengthen the organizational capacity and sustainability of leading network members to provide leadership to the media justice sector and beyond.
- Develop and deepen the leadership and policy literacy of network members and leaders on diverse media policy issues through the national media justice learning.
- Mobilize state-based legislative strategies that support and advance a shared national agenda that builds media access, rights and power for the 99%.
MAG-Net's Learning Community:
- The Media Justice Leadership Institute (MJLI) is a four-day media organizing school for progressive leaders working at the intersection of social justice and media change- with a unique focus on organizers of color and rural organizers. The focus of this year’s Institute is mobile justice, access and power. Topics include the critical debate over mobile phones, the Universal Service Fund, wireless issues, an Open Internet, consumer protections, mergers, and the cost of calls to prisons. With leading trainers, cutting edge tools, multidisciplinary learning methods, and opportunities for advocacy- the Media Justice Leaders Institute strengthens the skills, strategies, and relationships of emerging media organizers.
- Our Monthly Digital Dialogues are designed to provide learning opportunities for our MAG-Net members and media justice allies that help to inform our local and national campaigns, cultural organizing, base-building and media policy goals. To find out more and sign up for the series contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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