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Building capacity for social justice in Web 2.0

19 Oct 2007
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A ubiquitous digital environment will readily connect the majority of the public to interactive networks, via PC, TV, and phone. An investment in time and resources now can bring long-term public interest benefits, including the emergence of new and economically sustainable, independent sources of local and national news, civic and cultural content.

Communities of interest would be created, also at the local and national levels, helping to create new vehicles supporting positive social change. Programming owned and controlled by both persons of color and women [and others], who have been marginalized by today's media, would be a critical part of this landscape. This article discusses 10 areas for action and discussion designed to help create a more democratic media future for the U.S.

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