Every once in a while, we take a break from the grind of policy and politics to make a comment on art. This is that time, thanks to a generous invitation from the Magic Theatre. The lengendary incubator of some of the most incendiary plays of the 20th century thought we should stop what we were doing and come see Jessica Hagedorn’s Gangster of Love. They were right. Continue reading Culture: The Gangster of Love
No doubt about it. It’s been a terrible year if you hope for social justice. From Taxageddon to the net neutrality repeal, to environmental catastrophe and fighting white supremacists in the streets.
You might have noticed you haven’t gotten a fundraising appeal from Media Alliance.
That’s because on Giving Tuesday, we were deporting ICE from Oakland. In December, we were fighting for net neutrality at one of the biggest “Verizon Protests” in the country, and then in front of the FCC in Washington. We put fighting for you first.
But the bills still have to be paid, so its time to ask you to make space in your year-end giving and join with us for 2018. Continue reading Hope In The Dumpster Fire