Internships with Peace and Justice Studies
Arts and Media
amplifyme (formerly Project: Think Different)
amplifyme is a nonprofit organization that engages people in positive change through the
use of media arts. We use pop culture to inspire people to think differently
about their power to create change in their lives and the lives of others
through civic engagement.
Cambridge Community Television
Cambridge Community Television is a public forum for all Cambridge residents,
businesses and organizations. CCTV provides training and access to
telecommunications technology so that all may become active participants in
electronic media. CCTV strives to involve the diverse population of Cambridge as
producers and viewers, and to strengthen its efforts through collaborations with
a wide variety of community institutions.
(Other categories: Community)
Center for the Arts at the Amory
Given that artistic expression elevates a civil society, Arts at the Armory
seeks to galvanize the creative spirit by providing a space where working
artists and the community can come together. Recognizing that art can bridge
cultural, class and generational divides, Arts at the Armory showcases a wide
range of visual arts, dance, theater and musical performances. Arts at the
Armory is located in an historic armory that also provides studio spaces for
artists, a cafe, galleries, two live/work artists units, two performance spaces,
and offices for arts organizations.
(Other categories: Community)
Dollars and Sense
Dollars & Sense
publishes economic news and analysis, reports on economic justice activism,
primers on economic topics, and critiques of the mainstream media's coverage of
the economy. Our readers include professors, students, and activists who value
our smart and accessible economic coverage.
(Other categories: Economic Justice & Labor)
Environmental Justice Action Media
EJAM is a Boston based network of students, teachers, and activists working for
environmental and social change with media as our tool. Our programs combine
media literacy, research skills, and environmental education to produce youth
created projects that can be used to inform others.
Youth are not just knowledge consumers, we are knowledge producers.
(Other categories: Environment, Youth & Education)
Frontline – WGBH
Since 1983, FRONTLINE has served as American public television’s flagship public
affairs series. Hailed upon its debut on PBS as “the last best hope for
broadcast documentaries,” FRONTLINE’s stature over 28 seasons is reaffirmed each
week through incisive documentaries covering the scope and complexity of the
Indy Media, Boston
Indy Media, Boston is part of the Independent Media Center, a global network of
collectively run media outlets for the creation of radical, accurate, and
passionate tellings of truth. We are motivated by a love and inspiration for
people who work for a better world despite corporate media's distortions and
unwillingness to cover efforts to develop an egalitarian and sustainable
Internet Bar Organization
The Internet Bar Organization’s (IBO) mission is to legally empower communities
around the world using technology, communication, and innovative social and
economic justice initiatives. With an emphasis on the internet and
information communication technologies (ICTs) as tools of justice, IBO focuses
its resources on the development and refinement of the content, structure, and
delivery of the emerging eJustice system.
Project Have Hope
Project Have Hope is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that seeks to empower
women in the Acholi Quarter of Uganda by providing education to both the women
and their children and assisting the women to establish business opportunities
to promote economic stability and sustainability.
(Other categories: International)
Teen Voices Magazine (Women Express, Inc.)
The mission of Teen Voices is to
support and educate teen girls to amplify their voices and create social change
through media. Teen Voices was founded in 1988 by two young women in Cambridge,
Massachusetts who believed in the power of girls and young women to create
social change through writing and art. Their vehicle of choice was the
production and publication of Teen Voices, a four-color, glossy
magazine by, for, and about teen girls.
(Other categories: Gender)
The Revolving Museum
Through public art, exhibitions, and educational programs, Revolving Museum
promotes artistic exploration and appreciation. We encourage community
participation and growth, and provide opportunities for individual empowerment
and collective change.
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