Keystone Oil Pipeline Protesters Demonstrate Outside Of Obama Fundraiser

Open Letter to Latino Community Urging Support for Real Network Neutrality

Written by National Hispanic Media Coalition on July 14, 2014 Dear Latin@ Leader: From protest songs, to news stories, to campaigns for social change, our community has long understood that the right and power to tell our own stories is critical in our fight for human dignity and equality. Network Neutrality rules, also known as open Internet Read more

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler at a townhall in Oakland, CA

Comments by amalia deloney: FCC Open Internet Roundtable

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 Read more


[News Round-Up] MAG-Net & Allies Tell FCC to Stop Comcast-Time Warner Merger

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 Read more


Press Release: May First/People Link Servers Hit by DOS Attack

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 ( For Immediate Read more


Erick Boustead: Surveillance of no body, Water for every body

This year, the AMC started for me before I even set foot on the Wayne State University grounds. My partner, our friend and I pulled up to a charming red brick duplex in Detroit where our friend would be staying just a couple miles from campus down Woodward Avenue. The woman who opened up her Read more