The Community Media Organizing Project is managed and directed by members of a Steering Committee.
Those organizational members include:
CFA’s mission is to organize and encourage cooperation among rural and urban citizens, through leadership development and grassroots democratic processes, to ensure an essential, prosperous place for family-scale agriculture in our economies and communities.
Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children (FFLIC) is a statewide membership-based organization that fights for a better life for all of Louisiana’s youth, especially those involved in or targeted by the juvenile justice system.
Improving the lives of children and families in Alabama has been the mission of the Federation of Child Care Centers of Alabama (FOCAL) since its founding in 1972. Our first members were child care programs run by African-American women in rural areas of Alabama. These women were determined to meet the requirements to become licensed child care facilities and care for the children in their communities.
Kentuckians For The Commonwealth is a statewide citizens' organization working for a new balance of power and a just society. As we work together we build our strength, individually and as a group, and we find solutions to real life problems. We use direct action to challenge – and change – unfair political, economic and social systems. Our membership is open to all people who are committed to equality, democracy and non-violent change.
SOCM is a member-run organization that encourages civic involvement and collective action so that the people of Tennessee have a greater voice in determining their future. The mission of SOCM is to empower Tennesseans to protect, defend, and improve the quality of life in their communities across the state. SOCM is working for social, economic, and environmental justice for all. We are committed to the journey of becoming an anti-racist organization. Recognizing our interdependence, SOCM is committed to overcoming social and institutional racism and embracing our diverse cultures.
CMOP is a partnership of progressive, grassroots, community-based organizations in the Southeast who’ve joined forces to increase our capacity for using media coverage as an organizing tool. During the past six years, our combined efforts through CMOP have brought our members media training and ongoing strategic support, enabling us to improve our organizing efforts, influence public policy, develop leadership skills and strengthen our organizations.