The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) is media advocacy and civil rights organization for the advancement of Latinos, working towards a media that is fair and inclusive of Latinos, and towards universal, affordable and open access to communications.
NHMC understands that people will be treated as they are perceived, and that Latinos and other people of color have long suffered discrimination at the hands of the media. At the same time, the media can be a powerful tool to transform culture if it prominently and accurately represents diverse people and includes social justice narratives.
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We'll be protesting on February 5th and March 3rd. Feel free to join us! #RepresentationMatters #HireUSLatinos https://t.co/OYzjg3GPZn
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Tomorrow is our press conference to announce our plans to demonstrate against the 2018 #Oscars. Hollywood, do bette… https://t.co/t1mPbvLjFE
Hollywood, be better. “We are expecting that we are going to have to go to the Academy Awards this year and demonst… https://t.co/XTXaNW5dEU
"We should be reaching for faster speeds and universal access. Anything less than that, shortchanges our children a… https://t.co/Ga6Fh79O1c