Media Justice was formerly the Center for Media Justice and is the home of the Media Justice Network. They describe themselves as an organization that is "fighting for a future where we are all connected, represented and free." Consult their website to learn more about their ambitious mission and opportunities connect.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges that many people and communities will face in the coming months, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) called on telecommunications companies across the nation to take a Keep Americans Connected pledge. To day, over 400 companies and associations have signed the pledge. They have committed to maintaining internet and telephone service for those who have been adversely affected by these exceptional circumstances and can no longer afford these essential services.
The FCC pledge asks companies to commit to the following for the next 60 days for those affected financially by the pandemic:
Selected companies and offers are included below. Be sure to check each company's website for more information and qualification requirements.
If you learn of any new offers or updates to the offers listed above, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be sure to update this page accordingly.
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