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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Free Press?
Free Press is a nonpartisan organization fighting for your rights to connect and communicate.
What does Free Press do?
Free Press fights to save Net Neutrality, achieve affordable internet access for all, uplift the voices of people of color in the media, challenge old and new media gatekeepers to serve the public interest, end unwarranted surveillance, defend press freedom and reimagine local journalism.
Free Press has more than 1 million activists and works with allied organizations around the country.
When was Free Press founded?
Free Press was founded in 2003.
Who leads Free Press?
Craig Aaron and Jessica J. González lead the organization as our co-CEOs, Kimberly Longey is our chief operating officer, Misty Perez Truedson is our managing director and Matt Wood is our policy director. Learn more about our team here.
How is Free Press funded?
Free Press is a 501c3 organization. Our advocacy arm is Free Press Action Fund, a 501c4. Free Press and Free Press Action Fund don't take money from business, government or political parties. Our work is funded solely through contributions from charitable foundations and individual donors like you. Check out our annual report for more information.
Where is Free Press located?
Free Press has an office in Washington, D.C. We also have remote staff working in locations around the country.
Free Press and Free Press Action Fund Logos
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Free Press/Free Press Action Fund Flickr Stream
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