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[liberationtech] Fwd: [COMMUNITYTECH] FW: TOMORROW (Tues, 5 pm): Learn how Net Neutrality impacts Muslims & people of color

Doug Schuler douglas at publicsphereproject.org
Mon Jul 24 18:35:51 PDT 2017


FYI

> Begin forwarded message:
> 
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> There’s a Facebook Live event tomorrow (Tuesday, 7/25, 5 pm Seattle time) about the threat to an open internet to Muslims and people of color. Please share it around! The people involved are doing some great organizing to preserve an open internet.
> 
> Fyi, the City of Seattle has taken a strong stand on preserving net neutrality and media diversity. The Mayor signed on to letter to the FCC, Seattle.gov <http://seattle.gov/> participated in Net Neutrality Day, and our Community Technology Advisory Board recently submitted comments <http://ctab.seattle.gov/2017/07/17/ctab-press-release-and-fcc-comment-7172017/> to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).  (See Seattle.gov/netneutrality <http://www.seattle.gov/netneutrality>)
> Community voice is critical to this effort. There’s also a link on our net neutrality page to the comment page.
>  
> You may also be interested in an article on Ars Technica <https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2017/07/fcc-refuses-to-release-text-of-more-than-40000-net-neutrality-complaints/> published last week that the FCC refuses to release text of more than 40,000 net neutrality complaints.
> - David
>  
>  
> From: Center for Media Justice [mailto:socialmedia at mediajustice.org <mailto:socialmedia at mediajustice.org>] 
> Sent: Monday, July 24, 2017 12:13 PM
> 
>  
> Dear David,
> We’ve teamed up with our friends at MPower Change to bring you a Facebook Live event, Net Neutrality: Vital for Muslims and Other Communities of Color <https://cmj.nationbuilder.com/r?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fevents%2F425105397890135%2F&e=4e518e6e7712ae6f9bbd75836a4edb03&utm_source=cmj&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mpowerfblive&n=1> tomorrow, Tuesday July 25, at 8 pm EST!
> 
> Imagine you’re an activist of color organizing a protest, but can’t advertise the location online because your Internet Service Provider (ISP) blocks your messaging. If we allow Trump’s FCC to destroy Net Neutrality, this could be our reality. This is a critical issue to Muslim communities and communities of color as we build stronger social justice movements online.
> 
> Don’t miss our incredible lineup of speakers: 
> Linda Sarsour, MPower Change
> Malkia Cyril, Center for Media Justice
> Brandi Collins, Color of Change
> Tanzila Ahmed, 18 Million Rising
> Shahid Buttar, Electronic Frontier Foundation
> 
> Join us tomorrow on Facebook Live for a conversation <https://www.facebook.com/events/425105397890135/> exploring how the open Internet uniquely impacts Muslims and people of color. How will losing a neutral web harm us? And, how have we been able to use the open web to fight for our rights?
> 
> In solidarity,
> 
> Steven, Libeth, and all of us at Team #MediaJustice
> 
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Douglas Schuler
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