The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

The Nation's Premier Civil and Human Rights Coalition

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights  & The Leadership Conference Education Fund
The Nation's Premier Civil and Human Rights Coalition

Online Resources

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.

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