In Spring of 2021 MAP staff participated in an intensive study and strategic planning process called the “MAPOut” in which we stepped away from external
Big news – we’re spinning off a new organization focused on arming movements for liberation with the tools to fight the tech that oppresses us.
For much of the past decade, Movement Alliance Project has held a blend of multiple organizational forms within the same organizational structure, leadership and staff
We have some exciting news to share: our MAPOut is complete. After a four-month period of deep strategic planning, our team is returning with fresh
We have important news that we’re both excited and nervous to share: in a couple weeks, MAP will be taking a step back from external
Today’s announcement shows that Comcast can improve its service for families and community members in need, at any time – and that the power of students, teachers, elders, people with disabilities, and Black and brown communities united can win.
Though we cannot gather with you over a feast of food, joy, and celebration, together we can feed a committed and powerful movement ecosystem ready to win far more than ever before.
CONTACT: Clarise McCants, firstname.lastname@example.org The following statement can be attributed to Bryan Mercer, executive director, Movement Alliance Project, one of the lead plaintiffs in Prometheus
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 2, 2020 Devren Washington, Senior Policy Organizer of Movement Alliance Project, issued the following statement as students across Philadelphia start the
Today, the City of Philadelphia announced their plan to get every student online ahead of online instruction scheduled to begin this fall. In the face
Last year, we announced to you that we were changing our name to better reflect our work. We also shared the vision we have for 15 years
URGENT: Over 3700 people are currently held in Philly jails.
COVID-19 is still spreading rapidly across our city and through our jails. While many Philadelphians can shelter in place at home or limit their exposure to others, thousands of people can’t social distance or stay safe from the deadly coronavirus because they are trapped in the city’s jails.