I’ve never been to one of these, though each year I want to and hope for some miracle that will allow me to. I know a couple of OK Greens who attended, and were very impressed.
Maybe with almost 10 months notice, I’ll finally get there in 2008
Mark your calendar: You need to be in Minneapolis on June 6-8, 2008, for the next National Conference for Media Reform.
Activists, media makers, educators, journalists, policymakers and concerned citizens will converge once again to call for real and lasting changes to the media. Find out why so many call this event the most inspiring and informative conference they’ve ever attended.
Registration will open in a few months. For now, mark your calendar and join our conference mailing list.
Join the NCMR 2008 Mailing List: www.freepress.net/conference/
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2008 provides us with an unprecedented opportunity to put media reform in the national spotlight. Join us in Minneapolis and help build this critical movement.
Last year’s conference in Memphis was a remarkable event. More than 3,000 people connected, strategized and drew inspiration from rousing speeches, provocative panel discussions and hands-on workshops focused on all aspects of the media.
Check out highlights from Memphis: Check out highlights from Memphis: www.freepress.net/ncmr07/
NCMR 2008 is an event for anyone who is concerned about the state of our media and committed to working for change. Come to connect, learn, share and build the growing movement.
See you in Minneapolis,
P.S. Don’t take our word for it. Here’s what other participants had to say about the National Conference for Media Reform:
“The entire Conference was an A++++++++++; it was the best conference I have ever attended in my very long life. Kudos!!!” — Joya J., Scottsdale, Ariz.
“Finding out that I am not alone nor one of a few outsiders but a member of a large and growing community of progressive activists means I look to the future with less dread and more hope.” — Charles M., Searcy, Ark.
“The value for me was being lifted from a socio-political valley of lonely shadows to a sunlit plateau populated by smart, energetic people who have done and are doing things to take back our democracy.” — Kelly P., Astoria, N.Y.