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The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture stands in solidarity with our communities everywhere in the struggle for for racial justice. #blacklivesmatter

 
NAMAC supports a vibrant, essential role for media arts in culture and community via a strong members network, state-of-the-art programming, and media advocacy

The Day After Injustice #blacklivesmatter

Author: 
Wendy Levy

Black Lives Matter

After the breathtaking decision out of Ferguson not to indict the officer who killed Michael Brown and watching communities across the country take to the streets in protest, it feels like we are collectively searching for footing, context, and strength to continue this work.

Our Freedom of Expression is Not for Sale

Author: 
Wendy Levy

AN OPEN LETTER TO TOM WHEELER AND THE FCC
FROM THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR MEDIA ARTS AND CULTURE

As the Executive Director of the National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture. I am lucky enough to stand with a global community of filmmakers, journalists, technologists, and human rights defenders in support of Internet freedom.

The freedoms offered by the web, by an unrestricted, neutral internet—the freedom to create, to speak one’s mind, to exchange ideas, to access vital information—these are basic human rights in grave jeopardy if the net is controlled by corporate, profit-driven interests.

Center for Media & Social Impact: Organizing for Interactive Media

Author: 
Angelica Das

On October 30, creative minds came together in New York City to explore “more clarity on what would be an optimal resource for interactive creators.” Ingrid Kopp, director of Interactive at the Tribeca Film Institute, convened creators and thinkers for a day long discussion on understanding impact through interactive media (in partnership with the MIT Open Documentary Lab and supported by the Fledgling Fund).