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Media Justice: Access and Accountability

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Racial bias, under-representation, lack of access… these are just a few concerns of media justice activists. Confronted with the ever increasing concentration of media, and the tossing away of FCC regulations ensuring diversity on the airwaves, under-resourced communities are getting organized. On this edition, we’ll take a look at Media Justice, and the grassroots efforts to make media more accountable.

Featuring:

Jay Smooth, Hip Hop writer; USavior, Activist and Music Promoter; Jin, Rapper; John Liu, New York City Council Member; Miss Jones and Miss Info, Hot 97 Radio Hosts; Nana Soul, Black Wax Recording Artist and Activist; DJ Kuttin Kandy, ReacHip Hop Co-Founder and Organizer; Radio Rootz Project; McRae Parker, Director of Youth Development and Training, Youth Radio; Thenmozhi Soundararajan Director, Third World Majority; Elana Rosen, Director, Just Think; Malkia Cyril, Director, Youth Media Council; Makani Themba-Nixon, Director, Praxis Project; Mark Lloyd, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress.

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For more information:

Youth Media Council – Oakland, CA

Center for American Progress – Washington, D.C.

Other helpful links:

Media Justice

Media Alliance

Youth Radio

Just Think

Author: Radio Project

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