The CFC

4 Nov 2012

This video is a response to “Birthday Song” and all other “hits” that dehumanize our people. We advocate for collective responsibility and urge one another to speak up, to talk back and support media that values our humanity and diversity. 

FAAN Mail (Fostering Activism and Alternatives Now!) is a media literacy/activist project formed by women of color and based in Philadelphia. Together with our allies, we critique and create media with social change in mind. 

http://faanmail.wordpress.com/
https://www.facebook.com/FAANMail
https://twitter.com/faanmail

Music credit: “Love Coming” by Rimar. Creative Commons.

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