AMP Blog: Allied Media Projects

Night Out for Safety and Liberation on August 2nd

Allied Media Projects is excited to partner with local and national organizations, including the Restaurant Opportunities Center of Michigan and the Ella Baker Center of Human Rights, to present the “Night Out for Safety and Liberation” on Tuesday, August 2nd, 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Detroit Public Library.

Stop Killing Black People

This is a round-up of things we can do, however small, in these times of hopelessness, knowing no single thing will ever be enough.

AMP is hiring a Development Associate

Allied Media Projects seeks a Development Associate to join our team to support the critical work of fundraising and sustainability.

New Video: “What is Media-based Organizing?”

When we say “media” we mean all the ways we communicate with one another and the world. When we say “organizing” we mean the ways we come together to transform the problems that we face.

Watch a new video that introduces the concept of "media-based organizing" and explores its essential elements.

12 Recommendations for Detroit Funders

Allied Media Projects and Detroit People’s Platform are excited to present “12 Recommendations for Detroit Funders,” a set of guidelines for how local foundations can best support transformative community organizing in Detroit. These recommendations are a working draft, which we expect will evolve through ongoing feedback.