In September, social justice advocates and community organizers gathered in Washington D.C. so discuss is the issues of net neutrality, broadband access, and other media justice issues. It also marked the offical launch of Black Voices for Internet Freedom – the sister organization of Latinos for Internet Freedom. You can read more about what happened in CMJ blog posts: What Does Internet Freedom Mean to You?; The Evolution of Activism; and The Urgency of Doing. You can also check out the joint press release of Center for Media Justice and Free Press.
OR you could watch the five minute video below. . .or all of the above. Your pick.