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Collette is responsible for unifying messaging and content across Free Press’ digital channels, working closely with all teams to elevate the organization’s profile among online audiences. Prior to joining Free Press, Collette worked as a copywriter and creative lead in the New York office of J. Walter Thompson, where she earned the American Advertising Federation MOSAIC Awards 2013 Grand Prize for Workforce Diversity Communications. She is a proud graduate of Howard University with a B.A. in radio/TV/film production, and an incurable indie singer-songwriter-media maker.

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    Press Freedom

    Urge ICE to Release Journalist Manuel Duran

    May 7, 2018

    Local police arrested Duran for covering a protest against local law enforcement and ICE for targeting the undocumented community. Now Duran is in ICE’s custody.

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    2. We’re evolving. In addition to our new logo and website, Free Press is changing the way we talk about our work. That means more useful content, more voices and perspectives, and storytelling that reflects our organizational commitment to racial equity.

    3. We want to be more accessible and engaging. It’s not easy to talk about complex issues of media and technology justice. (Think about the first time you heard the term “Net Neutrality.”) But if we’re going to build a more connected future, it’s important to make as many people as possible feel welcome and involved.

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    • Our Issues: Check out this roundup of the issues Free Press has identified as central to our ability to connect and communicate.

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