More articles Communications Justice Explainer Free & Open Internet, Communications Justice Mark Zuckerberg's Failure to Address Spanish-Language Disinformation March 26, 2021 Spanish-language disinformation impacts public health and tears at democratic institutions. A new campaign seeks to hold Zuckerberg accountable. Explainer Communications Justice, Media Reparations, Media Accountability How the Media Have Fueled Hate Targeting Asian Americans March 25, 2021 It should not take a mass murder or other acts of violence for communities of color to have their voices heard or their struggles seen. Explainer Internet Access, Communications Justice Resilient Networks Can Save Lives March 10, 2021 The injustice and barriers getting in the way of people trying to stay connected are nearly identical to the injustices woven into our electrical grids. Explainer Communications Justice, Future of Journalism, Media Reparations, Media Accountability February 2021 Is Black Narrative-Power Month at Media 2070 February 1, 2021 The Media 2070 project is exploring how narrative justice could take us to a future where Black folks control the creation and distribution of our own stories. Explainer Communications Justice, Media Reparations, Media Accountability, Diversity in Media Ownership The Kansas City Star's Apology Is Part of a Larger Racial Reckoning December 22, 2020 The paper’s apology for its racist history raises the question: How do newsrooms move from decades of harm to repair? Explainer Free & Open Internet, Communications Justice The Spanish-Language Disinformation Dilemma November 2, 2020 As the election draws to a close, Latinx people are being inundated with disinformation online. And social-media platforms are failing to respond. Explainer Communications Justice #BreakUpWithAmazon October 16, 2020 On the heels of Prime Day, we’re shining a light on Amazon’s dirtiest deeds and calling for divestment from this morally bankrupt company. Explainer Communications Justice People Who Are Incarcerated Need Relief August 12, 2020 Incarcerated people are suffering in isolation during the pandemic. It’s past time for Congress to cap prison-phone rates to keep families connected. Explainer Net Neutrality, Communications Justice John Lewis: A Fighter for Media Justice, Too July 19, 2020 Civil-rights icon John Lewis recognized that protecting the open internet is a critical racial-justice issue. Explainer Internet Access, Communications Justice Struggling to Afford Broadband During the COVID-19 Pandemic May 13, 2020 Homebound seniors. Students without internet. Here are some of the powerful stories Free Press Action members shared about the challenges of staying connected.