Media Democracy Fund created the Open Internet Defense Fund to support organizations leading the campaign to restore and preserve ‘net neutrality.’
As funders of civil society, it is our responsibility to consider the consequences of such a program in all of our areas of interest.
A San Francisco teenager is concerned about the fact that a condom broke during sex. The teenager needs confidential and reliable information fast, so the number “1”…
There’s a new FCC Chair, a massive community radio opportunity is on the horizon, technology privacy issues continue to grow in scope, the National Conference for Media Reform was a huge success, and Susan Crawford’s Captive Audience was released.
Fortunately, Ms. Linares found the Career Coach at SF.thebeehive.org – a Website developed especially for underserved populations in the Bay Area by a local non profit organization.
“One of my elders told me, ‘Your tribal territory goes on as far as your language goes and that is what determines your geographic boundaries,'” says Valerie Fast Horse, director of IT, for the Coeur D’Alene tribe in Idaho.
Funders from all sectors are invited to join us for a very special event: The National Conference for Media Reform (NCMR), taking place this year in Denver, April 5-7.
In addition to open educational resources, the availability and popularity of distance learning in K-12 education have also taken off in recent years.
Donisha Carter’s daughter is studying vocabulary and this 9-year old is now able to do something she never could before: use the Internet at home to help her with her schoolwork…
On election day, 2012, MDF commissioned an exit poll to investigate voter preferences about Internet policy issues.