Tonight, our partners at the Center for Media Justice, Free Press, and the Media Literacy Project will co-host a public hearing on the future of the internet in Albuquerque, NM. In attendance will be FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, the Office of Native Affairs and Policy’s Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau Chief Geoffrey Blackwell, All Indian Pueblo Council Chairman Joe Garcia, and Native Public Media Executive Director Loris Taylor, as well as many members of the local community who have a stake in the internet’s future. This town hall will provide a unique opportunity for the FCC to hear directly from the community it is entrusted with serving.
We urge you to take part in tonight’s event. If you can’t be in Albuquerque, then you can also watch the webcast and chat with fellow viewers by RSVP’ing here. We also encourage you engage in the conversation via your social networking platforms, including Twitter.
WHAT: Public Hearing on the Future of the Internet ??
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 16, 6:30 p.m. MST (8:30 p.m. EST) ??
WHERE: Albuquerque Journal Theater, National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th Street SW