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Integrating Media Justice with Broadband Adoption

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In some communities, digital inclusion and media justice work overlap, sometimes by a lot and sometimes only slightly. We'll discuss the intersection of what NDIA's practitioners and policy advocates are doing, what media justice organizers are working on, and how we can further (and more overtly) integrate digital equity work into our community media organizations. How can we speed up the cross-pollination that is already happening? 


Location: Youth Activity Room

Date: Wednesday May 18, 2016

Time: 2:15-3:15 PM



Bryan Mercer

Executive Director

Media Mobilizing Project


Sabrina Roach

Public Media

Brown Paper Tickets


Amalia Deloney

Program Officer

Media Democracy Fund


Ana Montes

Organizing Director

The Utility Reform Network (TURN)


Greta Byrum

Acting Director

Resilient Communities, New America




Mike Wassenaar


Alliance for Community Media

Comments (1)

Greta said

at 5:16 pm on Apr 18, 2016

Hey all, just made a note of a possible change of date based on a conversation with Angela... Organizers please confirm! Thanks, Greta

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