AMP News: Allied Media Projects
Allied Media Projects is searching for a special person to assume the role of Program Director and lead the Allied Media Conference into its next decade of life. The deadline to apply is July 19th.
Allied Media Projects (AMP) is seeking a talented individual to become our new Communications Manager, to lead our daily work towards our ambitious communications goals. The deadline to apply is June 28th.
“Changing the Conversation” Report Aims to Bridge the Gap Between Foundations & Community Organizers
Allied Media Projects and Detroit People’s Platform have published a new collaborative research report: “Changing the Conversation: Philanthropic Funding and Community Organizing in Detroit". The report is the culmination of a two-year project to develop recommendations for how philanthropists might better serve grassroots communities.
The explicit racism, misogyny, authoritarianism, and belligerence of the new administration pose an immediate threat to the safety of our communities and our planet. We must be ready to resist the leveling-up of violent and oppressive forces coming for our communities.
On November 8th Detroit voters will be presented with two proposals regarding community benefits agreements: Proposal A and Proposal B. AMP invites you to sign this petition, presented by Detroit Artists for Accountable Development, that shares why Detroit voters and especially Detroit artists should support Proposal A.