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”…
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.
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.
On election day, 2012, MDF commissioned an exit poll to investigate voter preferences about Internet policy issues.
Democrats & Republicans include Internet freedom in their party platforms. A UN agency’s attempts to control the Internet pose a threat to freedom of information worldwide. Updates on these issues and more in Media Democracy Fund’s quarterly newsletter. Hot Topic: International Internet Governance International governance of the Internet has become a critical topic, as […]
Foundation and nonprofit leaders who joined the fight to make affordable, quality health care a reality for all Americans achieved a true victory last month.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy has published an article by MDF director Helen Brunner: Excerpt: How has the Internet changed grant making? Most grant makers start to answer that question by describing online grant reporting or their foundation’s Facebook and Twitter feeds. Others detail their support of their grantee’s innovative online efforts such as a new […]
As websites went dark for The Day of Action against SOPA and PIPA in 2012, the creativity of web designers came out to shine. Check out our collection of screenshots!