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The fight for your rights to connect and communicate starts in our communities. Check out these inspiring on-the-ground stories about key protests, rallies, public forums and other events
Free Press Action members joined our Post-Election Wrap-Up Call to share appreciations, hear about our bold new policy proposals — and commit to taking action.
News Voices: North Carolina has begun hosting dream salons where we invite community members to discuss their visions for local news.
In October, Free Press Action members in 12 cities across the country staged Halloween-themed protests against the T-Mobile/Sprint #MonsterMerger.
The training moved from mapping local news ecosystems in Brooklyn and Harlem to dreaming and visioning interventions and improvements to those systems.
Today Change the Terms — a coalition of more than 40 groups — launched an effort to push tech companies to disrupt hate and extremism online.
Monthly meetings allow community members to connect with reporters from the Observer and explore ways to transform local journalism.
Resilient Just Technologies, the Center for Embodied Pedagogy & Action and Free Press visited Puerto Rico to learn how the collapse of the islands’ communications networks has impacted people’s lives.
Last week, Free Press Action and our allies gathered outside the FCC’s headquarters to speak out against the agency’s brutal plan to roll back Lifeline.
To help Atlantic City heal and grow, the Center for Cooperative Media, Free Press and Images and Voices of Hope hosted a workshop on restorative narratives.
With the midterm campaign season in full swing, Free Press Action is going all out to make Net Neutrality a key part of the conversation in races across the country.