Cutting edge community arts space and Media Alliance’s wonderful new home, the Pacific Felt Factory, sprung into action after the tragic Ghost Ship Fire in December of 2016, to arm artists with fire safety tools to avoid tragedy in the living space challenges all low-income Bay Areans face.
Brava Theater for the Arts hosted a free anonymous fire safety workshop for Bay Area artists featuring a host of safety supplies and equipment and demonstrations and advice from the SF Fire Department, with an amnesty agreement that no one at the workshop needed to divulge where they were living in order to get their questions answered or to receive supplies.
The workshop got a huge amount of press attention including KRON , KPIX and KTVU.
MA submitted these comments to the Berkeley Police Review Commission looking at the events of December 2014, when local Ferguson support rallies were dealt with violently by the Berkeley Police Department.
Among other problems, several members of the press both mainstream and alternative were manhandled and injured by law enforcement.
Following the submission of these comments, the PRC voted to set up a subcommittee (probably including MA) to work on a new press credentialing policy for the City of Berkeley. Continue reading Press Credentialing→
Media Alliance received this solicitation this morning.
Dear Ms. Rosenberg,
My name is XX and I work for The Washington Times in Washington, D.C. I’m reaching out to you inviting the Media Alliance to participate in the annual Constitution Day Special section which is a joint project is the of The Constitutional Sources Project and The Washington Times.
This year’s special section, publishes on September 12, focuses on the hot-button issue of Freedom of Speech. We are developing a superb lineup of opinions written from various political perspectives on this subject. We want your opinion and your perspective as well. Continue reading Republican Op-Ed Space Costs $7 A Word→