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Digital Inclusion


The Verdict Is In: Net Neutrality Upheld
by Tracy RosenbergMedia Alliance
June 14th, 2016
The Open Internet Order of February 2015 has been upheld on both wired and wireless services.

What Will They Do About The Internet?
March 3rd, 2016
Media Alliance joined 38 organizations to call for political debate moderators to ask candidates how they plan to improve high-speed Internet access.

Don't Undermine Encryption: Apple vs. NSA
Secure The Internet
February 23rd, 2016
Crypto Wars 2 pit encryption advocates against the FBI which wants code written to break password protections in smartphones.

Hold Big Media Accountable


Finishing Prison Phone Reform
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights
February 25th, 2016
An open letter on the final phases of federal prison phone reform.

Dear Mark Zuckerberg
Access Now
January 10th, 2016
Update: India acted to prevent Free Basics from operating in the country.

Special Customer Service For You
Leaked Comcast documents reveal special customer "service" unit set up for troublemakers.

Media Ownership


Comcast-Time Warner Merger Falls Apart
by Tracy RosenbergMedia Alliance
April 24th, 2015
This morning media justice advocates celebrated as the merger of Comcast Corporation and Time Warner Cable came to an abrupt end with this morning's withdrawal of the merger application.

Letter to FCC Chair Tom Wheeler: Reject the Comcast Merger
Stop Mega Comcast Coalition
April 17th, 2015
34 public and private organizations write to FCC Chair Wheeler telling him there will be no competition in a post-merger world and to reject the Comcast TWC merger.

Hedge Fund Throwing $900K A Year Into KCSM-TV Spectrum Auction Sale
by Matt PacelliSkyline View
April 3rd, 2015
At the last SMCCD board meeting, the Skyline College newspaper reports that Blackstone-owned Locuspoint Properties is throwing $900,000 a year into the District-owned public televison station (the 5th largest in the State of California) in preparation for the liquidation of the station in the next spectrum auction.

Press Freedom and Media Workers


Exempting FBI Next Generation Biometric Database From Privacy Act
by Tracy Rosenberg
July 30th, 2016
The NGI Database is the world's largest database of personally identifying information

Bulletproof Warrior Shot Down
by Tracy Rosenberg
July 30th, 2016
The Santa Clara Sheriff cancelled a police survival seminar implicated in Philando Castile's death, after activists mobilized to stop it.

Victory in Santa Clara: Unanimous Vote for Community Control of Surveillance Equipment
by Tracy RosenbergMedia Alliance
June 14th, 2016
Santa Clara County has unanimously endorsed the first comprehensive local oversight law on every kind of spying and surveillance gadget

Raising Our Voices


Digital Literacy Curriculum
Curriculum from 2009-2010 Raising Our Voices Workshops

In Memory of My Son
This film was created by Consuelo Sopelario as a part of the 2008 Raising Our Voices Training Program coordinated by Media Alliance and sited at the East Side Arts Alliance in Oakland. Thanks to Eloise Lee, Renee Geesler, Tiny Grey-Garcia, Jess Clarke, R.J Lozada, Dorothy Kidd, Erika Myszynski, Karl Jagbanhandsingh, Taizet Hernandez and many others.

A Socially Responsible DTV Transition
This film was created by students at Centro de Raza's Youth Law Academy in the Spring of 2009 as a part of the 2008-09 Raising Our Voices Training Program coordinated by Media Alliance and sited at the East Side Arts Alliance in Oakland. Thanks to Eloise Lee, Renee Geesler, Tiny Grey-Garcia, Jess Clarke, R.J Lozada, Dorothy Kidd, Erika Myszynski, Karl Jagbanhandsingh, Taizet Hernandez and many others.



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