Help us save the ACP!

The United Church of Christ Media Justice Ministry played a critical role in developing the Affordable Connectivity Program, and we need your help to save it!

Senator Ben Ray Luján recently introduced a bill, S.4317, to save this critical program. It already has the support of a bipartisan coalition of senators. Will you send your senators a letter asking them to co-sponsor and pass this legislation? We cannot let the summer pass without refunding the program in time for kids to return to school.


Nearly 100 civil rights and advocacy organizations call on FCC to lower costs for incarcerated communication services

On Monday, June 17, we joined 91 civil rights and advocacy organizations representing individuals and communities across the country in submitting a letter to FCC Chairwoman Rosenworcel expressing our support for the federal regulator’s efforts to adopt new, lower rate caps for incarcerated communications services.

Read the press release and letter here.


Get your 42nd Annual Parker Lecture & Awards Ceremony tickets NOW!

Tickets for the 42nd Annual Parker Lecture and Awards Ceremony, which will take place on Tuesday, September 24 at the First Congregational United Church of Christ in Washington, DC, are now on sale! 

This event will also be streamed live. We hope to see you there! Click here to get your tickets on Eventbrite now.


Happy Pride!

Since 1969, the United Church of Christ has affirmed the civil rights of LGBTQIA+ people. This Pride Month and *every* month, UCC Media Justice's fight for media justice is critical to protecting the right to communication for all people, especially LGBTQIA+ people.


Support the fight for media justice with a donation today!

For more than 60 years, the United Church of Christ has been at the forefront of media justice because we know we can't achieve social justice without media justice. But we can’t do it alone. 

Will you make a donation today to sustain our movement?

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