This book is an anthology of work by critical media scholars,
media makers, and activists who are committed to advancing social
justice. Topics addressed include international media activist
projects such as the Right to Communication movement and its
corollaries; the importance of listening and enacting policies that
advance democratic media; regional and local media justice
projects; explorations into the challenges ofthe era that
participatory media pose to public media; youth and minority media
projects and activism; ethical dilemmas posed by attempts to
democratize access to media tools; the continued marginalization of
feminist perspectives in international policy venues; software
freedom and intellectual property rights; video activism in both
historical and contemporary contexts; internet strategies for
defending dissenting voices; and five accounts by prominent
scholar/activists of their lifelong struggles for media
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