On November 20, members of the Media Action Grassroots Network and our allies at Color of Change, Presente.org and Free Press met with FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn to deliver a letter signed by more than 90 racial justice and civil rights organizations. Endorsers of the letter called on the Federal Communications Commission to implement real Net Neutrality rules by reclassifying broadband as a Title II common carrier service. Our meeting with Commissioner Clyburn came shortly after President Barack Obama’s bold statement on net neutrality. Our letter and President Obama’s statement join a chorus of more than 4 million people that have submitted comments on this issue at the FCC, with the vast majority favoring net neutrality and reclassification.
On Friday November 7th, over 70 organizations submitted a letter to the Federal Communications Commission in support of Title II reclassification as the only path towards REAL net neutrality. Fifty members of the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net) joined the letter along larger social justice groups like Color of Change, Presente.org, 18MillionRising.org, EFF, and Free Read more
In Net Neutrality Debate, New Yorkers Ask: Where is the FCC? October 27, 2014 New York, NY – The nation’s most influential online and media activist organizations and leaders were in New York today to show their support for “one Internet for all,” and raise concern about potential FCC action that could allow fast lanes Read more
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