People of color, Indigenous people, formerly incarcerated people, women, non-binary, and LGBTQ individuals, are encouraged to apply.
Are you a seasoned management professional with a passion for media justice and digital rights? Do you enjoy building organizational teams and finding new ways to collaborate? Are you a creator who knows how to bring an inspired vision to life? If you’re an experienced racial justice leader, with a background in human resources, talent management, and organizational development, and deep familiarity both culturally and strategically with movements for racial justice, Black liberation, queer, trans and migrant rights — you might be the experienced leader we’ve been waiting for.
MediaJustice (formerly known as the Center for Media Justice) has entered its 10th year with a bold commitment to creating media and cultural conditions that strengthen movements for racial justice, economic equity, and human rights. To accomplish this, MediaJustice (MJ) employs an intersectional approach to democratizing culture and communications through powerful grassroots collaboration. Central to accomplishing our mission, work, and “wins”, is the nurturing of our dedicated and passionate team through supporting organizational rigor, culture, and politics.