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JustMedia is an open access lens based archive designed to support advocacy efforts for systemic reform through the art of storytelling. JustMedia focuses on challenging the criminal legal system by organizing, amplifying, and sharing existing films and videos that tell a variety of stories. This intentional act serves as a media literacy tool for the movement to end mass incarceration and achieve abolition.
WE ARE: CREATORS | ADVOCATES | STORYTELLERS | ARCHIVISTS
What We Do
Cost free membership to an extensive multimedia database of content related to systemic violence and incarceration.
Vibrant community of storytellers, who create and maintain partnerships with leading social justice groups.
Consult with lesson planning, amplifying, networking for storytellers, leaders and organizers.
Stories of/by families and communities directly impacted by the system.
JustMedia x Black Nerd Problems: Essays
Still in Prison | A Virtual Event
JustMedia invites you to join us for a collective conversation, short-film screening, followed by a discussion on storytelling and community awareness featuring Crystal Maloney & Greg McKelvey of Zealous. Guest Poet: Tongo Eisen-Martin
Screen STILL IN PRISON HERE
This curriculum has been created as a toolkit and guide to accompany Pushout, a film by Monique W. Morris and Jacoba Atlas. The curriculum is specifically designed for a 1-hour classroom lesson, educational workshop experience, or film screening talk-back.
Represent Justice "On These Grounds" Guide
This curriculum is a collaboration between Represent Justice and JustMedia as a guide and toolkit to accompany On These Grounds, a documentary film directed by Garrett Zevgetis and produced by Ariana Garfinkel, Jeff Consiglio, and Chico Colvard. The goal of this curriculum is to provide participants and learners with questions and activities that strengthen their understanding of the school-to-prison pipeline, the criminal legal system, police brutality, systemic and institutional racism, mass incarceration, prison reform, abolition, racial equity, and justice, as well as media literacy skills around visual media and art.