UCC Media Justice

UCC Media Justice Update

Social Justice Radio Webinar May 22, 2013

Social justice is often about working with allies, spreading information, and bearing witness to stories that no one else hears. People of faith are known for our involvement in our communities--as a powerful force for justice, compassion and the common good.  And yet, all too often, the progressive faith community is not reflected in the media.


We now have a rare  opportunity to take charge and change the conversation. 


Thanks to a recent legislative victory, nonprofits, schools, churches, and labor unions will soon have a one-time chance to apply for thousands of new FM community radio licenses nationwide. The deadline to apply for these free low-power FM radio licenses is October 2013.  We have much to do before then—both to assist community groups  that are already working to obtain radio licenses and to develop faith-oriented radio stations ourselves.

To learn more, please join our webinar on

May 22nd, 2013, at 4 pm eastern time

Sign up now!

Join this one-hour webinar co-sponsored by the Office of Communication, Inc., the United Church of Christ’s  media justice ministry, Faith in Public Life, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and the Prometheus Radio project.  Learn more about this rare opportunity to diversify our airwaves.

The event will feature:

  • Jennifer Butler, CEO, Faith in Public Life
  • Cheryl Leanza, UCC OC Inc.'s policy advisor
  • Jeff Rousset from Prometheus Radio Project
  • Three people using radio from the faith perspective: 
    • Roger Parmenter, Founder, 89.1 FM, KHOI-FM, Ames, IA
    • Greg Kintz, General Manager, Radio Baha'i, 90.9 FM, WLGI-FM, Hemingway, SC
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