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Some Sources of Progressive Information on the Internet

It's our belief that progressive information takes all forms and comes from a variety of sources. What we believe these sources have in common is that they come from sources outside the mainstream and offer information on relevant, interesting topics.
  • Alliance for Community Media: The Alliance for Community Media is committed to assuring everyone's access to electronic media. The Alliance advances this goal through public education, a progressive legislative and regulatory agenda, coalition building and grassroots organizing.
  • Atomic Books: Great alternative, underground bookstore in Baltimore.
  • Audio Port: An archived global community of local programming, organized into topics like news report, documentaries, interviews.
  • Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School: A research program founded to explore cyberspace, share in its study, and help pioneer its development.
  • Canadian Appropriation Art Coalition: Reflects the broad spectrum of Canada’s art community. The coalition expresses its concern over the state of copyright policy for artists and the future of ‘Appropriation Art’.
  • Center for Democracy & Technology: A non-profit organization that tracks and reports on legislation, particularly as it relates to expression on the internet.
  • Chilling Effects Clearinghouse: A joint project among law schools, aims to help you understand the protections that the First Amendment and intellectual property laws give to your online activities.
  • Christian Internet Broadcast Network: Incredible depth and variety of religious instruction, includes audio and video formats.
  • Common Ground - Athens, Georgia: Progressive activists dedicated to social justice, civil liberties, the environment, democracy, peace, reproductive rights and other matters of self-determination; they maintain a calendar of events and coordinate volunteer opportunities.
  • Corante: A source on technology, business, law, science, and culture that’s authored by leading commentators and thinkers in their respective fields, on topics like marketing, media, innovation, and copyright.
  • C-Span Web Site: C-SPAN is a private, non-profit company, created in 1979 to provide public access to the political process. Web site features streaming audio (check radio schedule) and video (check TV schedule), focus on particular hot topics.
  • Democracy Now: A daily radio and TV news program on over 500 stations. You can watch or listen to their daily broadcast on their web site.
  • Electronic Freedom Foundation: E.F.F. is a donor-funded non-profit organization that depends on your support to continue successfully defending digital rights through litigation and advocacy.
  • Eyedrum: Eyedrum is a non-profit organization developing contemporary art, music and new media in its Atlanta, Georgia gallery space.
  • Freespeech Network: Home of Free Speech TV and Free Speech Online Community.
  • Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition: Features a calendar of weekly political events in Atlanta.
  • Human Rights Radio: Afrocentric news and information, sort of like Black Panther radio on the internet.
  • Hyperreal: Music, Chemistry, Rave Culture: Their primary mission is education; Hyperreal seeks to facilitate, directly and indirectly, increased awareness and understanding of electronic music.
  • Independent Media Center: A collective of independent media organizations and hundreds of journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage. Indymedia is a democratic media outlet for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate tellings of truth.
  • International Leisure Club: A society dedicated to enhancing leisure experiences worldwide.
  • M.I.T. Student Cable Television: The MIT Cable TV Web page aincludes a channel guide and schedule, as well as news and contact information.
  • NY Rock: Rock & roll served up New York City style. Some news that's fit to print, some that's not. Gossip, slander and more.
  • Open Student Television Network: Features content produced by college students.
  • Pacifica Radio Foundation: Providing alternative, community, free speech, listener supported radio for more than 50 year, check out their programs page for online content.
  • Peace Not War: A non-profit collective of autonomous artists, creatives, activists, promoters and techies.
  • PulpFiction.com: Proclaims itself as the "counter-culture" search engine.
  • Sci-Fi Channel's Seeing Ear Theater: Fantastic collection of original sci-fi genre audio stories.
  • Sound & Smoke TV: Short and Feature Film, Non-Fiction Video, and Television on the Web.
  • Soundprint Media Center: News and information, provides a humanist perspective and interesting stories as an alternative to mass media.
  • Stanford Copyright & Fair Use Center: Guide to resources with commentary, sponsored by Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources.
  • Third World American: This site reports on the reality of poverty, the wealth gap, and debtors imprisonment in the U.S. through a year-long series of podcasts filed from a tour of the States.
  • World Environmental Organization: The World Environmental Organization is devoted to the preservation of the natural diversity of plant and animal species, and their habitats, through the prevention of environmental degradation and destruction.
  • WS Radio : Internet Talk Radio: Features lots of business and lifestyle oriented shows, including eBay Radio. Check their schedule to see what's on now, many live shows allow call ins.

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