Love Now Media: A Community Voice

Love Now Media: A Community Voice

Love Now Media is proud to be among several Philadelphia organizations to advance the work of documenting and distributing community voices. Nuala Cabral published an article describing the work of funding organizations and its importance at this time in our world.
As anti-racist protests sweep across the country in the middle of a pandemic that has exposed structural inequalities, creators and storytellers have been watching, listening and creating. They are reflecting and envisioning, uncovering truth, and fostering healing. Arundhati Roy speaks to this in her recent article The pandemic is a portal, where she offers some insight and a valuable call to action. Instead of feeling despair that the world will never be the same, Roy urges us to take a hard look at the suffering caused by systemic oppression and reimagine and create a new normal that is better for the world, one where equality and justice are the norm.
Both media and philanthropy play important roles in supporting movements that challenge oppressive systems, and should do so without co-opting or containing them. As Program Officer at Independence Public Media Foundation (IPMF), which supports community media in the Philly region, I’ve been reflecting on what it means for a philanthropic institution to respond to this moment with a sense of urgency, trust of community and commitment. Read the full article here: https://medium.com/@nuala_32263/community-voices-from-a-moment-and-for-a-movement-5fd1aaf7d84b
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