There are presently no open calls for submissions.
The MediaJustice Network Fellowship is an 8-month political education and skill-building intensive that builds the leadership of the next generation of media and digital justice organizers, educators, and advocates.
Fellows will develop and contribute to an intersectional media justice lens to the current media and technology landscape of monopoly ownership, the digital divide, racialized disinformation, and surveillance. A critical focus on current and emerging movement strategies to combat these issues will be a core component of the fellowship.
In addition, each Fellow will work on a project with the support of a mentor that applies the skills and analysis from the fellowship in real time using transformative media organizing principles and frameworks. Projects are aimed to support long-term power-building in the fight for a future where we are all connected, represented, and free.