Media Justice Fund
The Media Justice Fund supports organizations working to address media policy, infrastructure, or accountability in a way that ensures the rights of all people and communities to have their information and communication needs met. You can learn about eligibility criteria here.
G-town Radio is an all-volunteer internet-based radio station serving the Germantown community and engaging its residents. Learn more
Philadelphia Public Access Corporation makes training in media technologies available to Philadelphians, promoting public discourse and redistributing power.
Philadelphia Public School Notebook promotes public involvement in the Philadelphia public school system and contributes to a grassroots movement for educational reform. Learn more
Philadelphia Student Union is a student-led powerful force that uses citywide campaigns and multimedia tools to advocate for change in the public school system. Learn more
Termite TV Collective is a video collective that works with artists and communities to develop multimedia projects that address timely social and cultural issues. Learn more