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Everyone, everywhere, deserves access to a fast, affordable and open Internet.

Voices represents communities of color in the fight to protect the open Internet.

Government policies have historically allowed just a handful of corporations to control each new media platform. This is why so few people of color own broadcast TV and radio stations. It’s also why, well into the 21st century, many media outlets still depict our communities in stereotypical terms.

This is why we launched Voices for Internet Freedom — to stop history from repeating itself in the digital age.

We’re working together to protect the open Internet and to fight for affordable and universal Internet access.

Protecting our Internet freedom is essential to the struggle for a more just society.

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Take Action

  • Tell St. Louis County: Protect ALL Acts of Journalism

    One day after the one-year anniversary of the killing of Michael Brown, St. Louis County filed charges against two reporters who were arrested in 2014 while covering the Ferguson protests. Their crime? Being journalists.

    Journalism is not a crime. Demand that St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert P. McCulloch drop these outrageous charges and protect everyone who performs acts of journalism to document police activity.

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