Want to learn more? Visit the web sites below for other helpful tools and information to help educate yourself and others about the importance of media diversity.
- Media & Telecom on Civilrights.org - a clearinghouse of reports, action alerts, news updates & other exciting information related to media ownership, content and employment.
- Federal Communications Commission - the government agency that regulates media ownership, houses detailed information on commissioners, rules, regulations, and hearings.
- Common Cause - visit for up-to-date news, resources and blogs that encourage holding the FCC accountable and making media more diverse and accessible.
- Communication Workers of America - Communication Policy - has several useful reports and legislative fact sheets that illustrate the impact of media diversity on our nation’s workforce.
- Free Press - a national, non-partisan organization working to reform the media, has news, activist handbooks and other tools related to advocating and organizing around media justice.
- United Church of Christ - Office of Communications - UCC has long been a leader in the fight for media justice. Look to their website for helpful downloadable brochures that discuss the impact of a diverse media on different communities.
- New America Media - a nationwide association of over 700 ethnic media organizations representing the development of a more inclusive journalism, showcases what a diverse media can and should look like. Find here an array of interesting news and information that represent people of color.
- Media and Democracy Coalition - a product of the collaboration of local and national organizations committed to amplifying the voices of the public in shaping media and telecommunications policy, is a great place to read about the work of other organizations in the media justice movement.