Alliance for Community Media’s "Community Media & Social Justice"

Alliance for Community Media (ACM) is the national umbrella organization for nearly 3000 Public, Educational and Governmental (PEG) Access Centers in the U.S. ACM's quarterly journal, Community Media Review (CMR), helps to advance ACM's mission of community media, media justice and public access television by providing a comprehensive overview of past, present and future issues critical to the Alliance and the community at large.

Betty Yu of Manhattan Neighborhood Network is the guest editor of ACM's Summer 2007 Community Media Review Issue, titled "Community Media & Social Justice." This issue provides examples in this issue of how media visionaries in places from New York City’s Chinatown to Caracas, Venezuela are building a media movement by, for, and about our local communities.This issue is about how community media activists are facing policy challenges – directly, through declarations, meetings and negotiation, and indirectly through the innovative ways our fellow community media centers are operating – as well as how we are keeping in touch with our counterparts around the world. You can download and read the entire issue by clicking here.