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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
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.
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These ongoing conversations help ensure that the stories told about our communities are rich and full of nuance.
The action happened days before the FCC took steps expected to sink the Sinclair-Tribune deal.
The managing director and founder of Newark Science and Sustainability, Tobias advocates for local food and energy production.
Team Free Press journeyed to AMC, a powerful gathering of artists, activists and media makers, to present three workshops, a convening and a media-justice mixer.
On June 26, 55 constituents flew into D.C. from all over the country and over the course of one day held 45 meetings with members of Congress and their staff.
More than a dozen New Jersey residents hit the statehouse in Trenton on Monday to tell lawmakers to fix the state’s news crisis and support the Civic Info Bill.
Almost 100 activists showed up to condemn Sinclair’s proposed merger, which would force the company’s pro-Trump propaganda into 72 percent of U.S. households.
On May 23, residents visited state lawmakers and urged them to support this legislation, which would revive and strengthen local journalism.