Regional Leaders

On August 31st the Department of Justice filed a lawsuit to block AT&T’s takeover of T-Mobile.  Blocking this merger was a major victory for communities of color, rural communities and America’s poor.  Help us thank the DOJ for listening to our concerns.

Call 1.888.638.1150 x1 and let them know what blocking this merger means to YOU and YOUR community.  

If AT&T takes over T‐Mobile, it will be a disaster for all mobile phone users. The takeover will stifle information, choice, innovation and jobs, and lead to higher prices for mobile devices. Tell Congress to oppose this deal!

If AT&T takes over T-Mobile, it will be a disaster for all mobile phone users -- especially people of color and low-income communities. Sign our petition telling the FCC and DOJ to block this takeover.

It's Time to #CAPComcast!

MAG-Net Philadelphia Anchor, Media Mobilizing Project is leading a CAP Comcast Corporate Accountability Project, check out the website and join the campaign.

If You're Not Upset, Then You're Not Paying Attention.

MAG-Net participated in the September 10th "Internet Slowdown" action because we believe an open Internet is crucial to sustainability of our communities. Read more about why here.

Meet Seattle Young People's Project!

The Seattle YPP is a youth-led, adult supported social justice organization, empowering youth to express themselves & to take action on the issues that affect their lives. LEARN MORE

November 13-14: Facing Race

A space for racial justice movement-making, Facing Race is the largest multiracial, inter-generational gathering for organizers, educators & creatives in the country.Learn More

Sep 25, 2014
During a recent White House meeting on Net Neutrality, MAG-Net's policy advocate amalia deloney shared the following comments: Hi, my name is amalia deloney and I am here today representing the Media Action Grassroots Network. We're a national network representing over 175 organizations fighting for media rights, access and representation on behalf of our countries most...
Sep 16, 2014
Good afternoon. Let me start by thanking everyone who is the room today. I also know there are hundreds of community leaders watching online from Voices for Internet Freedom, including the Media Action Grassroots Network, Presente.Org, ColorofChange, 18MRising, National Hispanic Media Coalition and Free Press. Thank you for your hard work on the ground, leading the fight, and reminding...
Aug 26, 2014
On Monday August 25th we filed a letter with the Federal Communications Commission signed by 65 social justice groups, and consumer advocates calling on the FCC to block the Comcast-Time Warner merger.  Over The letter outlines the harm the $45 billion merger would have on cable customers, community media, and the future of the Internet. As the letter states:
Aug 19, 2014
Below is a press release from our New York MAG-Net anchor, May First/People Link, whose servers were hit with a DOS attack (Denial of Service).  The attacks seem to be directed at Palestinian rights organizations whose websites are supported by May First/People Link.  For more information or interview requests contact Alfredo Lopez (alfredo [at] mayfirst [dot] org).
Jul 15, 2014
July 15, 2014 Ms. Marlene H. Dortch Secretary, Federal Communications Commission 445 12th Street, S.W. Washington, D.C. 20554 Re: Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet, GN Docket No. 14-28; Framework for Broadband Internet Service, GN Docket No 10-127; A National Broadband Plan for Our Future, GN Docket No. 09-51; State of Wireless Competition, WT Docket No. 13-135;...
Jul 2, 2014
If we are to develop responsive theories that reflect and meet the urgent call for intervention that at times is a dull ache and at others is siren-loud, we have to start with our bodies, our lives, our experiences. What does surveillance look like? How do we recognize it? 
May 30, 2014
Ren is the DJ: A podcast hosted by Steven Renderos (aka DJ Ren) interviewing the many talented voices of the media justice movement.   
May 28, 2014
"We the people need real net neutrality to help 'police' the police, politicians and corporations that own them." -Dan Yo Lay, Comedian
May 27, 2014
Last week, members of the Media Action Grassroots Network alongside Consumers Union, Free Press, Common Cause, and the Media Mobilizing Project hosted a protest outside of the Comcast Shareholders meeting in Philadelphia, PA to oppose their proposed merger with Time Warner Cable.