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City Playing Russian Roulette With People s Lives

August 24, 2010


Clip Length: 4:56

After a tragic fire near 55th and Sansom took the life of a 12-year old named Frank Morasco, ; neighbors and firefighters gathered for a vigil in front of his home to offer support to his family.Those who spoke at the vigil blamed the Nutter administration's brownout policy for an unnecessarily long...

Families Honor Fallen Firefighters

April 11, 2013


Clip Length: 4:44

A year ago Lieutenant Robert Neary and firefighter Daniel Sweeney lost their lives in a factory fire in Kensington. This past weekend, Captain Michael Goodwin lost his life while battling a blaze on Fabric Row in South Philadelphia. IAFF Firefighter and Paramedic's Union - Local 22 - brought togethe...

MMPTV Episode 5: King s Struggle is Not Over

March 9, 2011


Clip Length: 38:28

Philadelphia, PA March 2011

Philly Youth Organize for Nonviolent Schools

December 15, 2010


Clip Length: 6:58

On November 9th, 2010 more than 200 youth from over 40 public high schools in Philadelphia participated in a summit hosted by the Philadelphia Student Union. They gathered to build power around a campaign to end all forms of violence in schools. The Campaign for Nonviolent Schools is growing. 10 you...

Bring Them Home

November 1, 2017


Clip Length: 8:36

Bring Them Home is the story of organizing in Philadelphia, PA to end the practice of Money Bail. You can support this effort through donating to the Philly Community Bail Fund to help post bail for those who cannot afford to buy their freedom at You can also support through joini...

The Big Listen

June 7, 2013


Clip Length: 2:59

Next year 23 schools in Philadelphia will be closed, and schools that remain open will be receiving hundreds of new students relocated from closed schools. At schools like South Philadelphia High School students are taking the lead to make sure the transition is as smooth as possible. Members of the...

Baseerah, Philadelphia Student Union, OCOS

November 2, 2011


Clip Length: 1:10

This is "Baseerah, Philadelphia Student Union, OCOS" by Movement Alliance Project on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Revival From the Roots pt 5 – Willard Elementary – Trailer

March 6, 2015


Clip Length: 1:57

Revival from the Roots Part 5: Willard Elementary School

Breaking the Isolation: Human Rights and Immigration – Nov 8, 2011

February 20, 2012


Clip Length: 89:00

This event, which took place in Philadelphia, PA, was hosted by Juntos, One Love Movement, Dream Activist PA and Media Mobilizing Project. It featured speakers from the Border Network for Human Rights, as well as the sponsoring organizations.

Cash Bail Short Cut for Upworthy

December 20, 2017


Clip Length: 2:56

Our Schools Are Not For Sale

September 23, 2013


Clip Length: 8:58

Public education is under attack. Will we learn to live with a two-tier education system where money comes first, or will we come together to guarantee a quality education for every child and young person? Our Schools Are Not For Sale is the story of Philadelphia's teachers, parents, students, and ...

Parent Summit Philly 2018

June 8, 2018


Clip Length: 6:22

Every year, parents come together to get organized and unified at Parent Summit Philly. Our power rests in a shared vision and commitment to create a better life for our children and our school communities.

We Deserve More – 2014 Year in Review

December 16, 2014


Clip Length: 9:45

Media Mobilizing Project's montage tells the story of movement struggles and victories in the Philadelphia region in 2014.

AFSCME Workers Settle Philadelphia Parking Authority Contract

December 23, 2013


Clip Length: 0:30

This is "AFSCME Workers Settle Philadelphia Parking Authority Contract" by Movement Alliance Project on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the…

MMPTV Episode 3: We re in this Together

October 7, 2010


Clip Length: 34:02

MMPTV tells the untold stories, news and analysis of poor and working people uniting across color lines to build a movement to end poverty. In this episode, we look back at this past summer of 2010, which has not been an easy one. Many of us have been in an economic crisis all of our lives. But that...

Philadelphia City Council Debates School Closings

January 28, 2013


Clip Length: 30:39

City Council engaged in an important debate last week when Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell introduced a resolution for the Council to support a one-year moratorium on school closings. The resolution, backed by the Philadelphia Coalition Advocating for Public Schools, calls for the delay in the closure...

2013: What We Fought For

December 27, 2013


Clip Length: 9:07

For many in Philadelphia 2013 was one of the hardest years in recent memory. From the closing of two dozen public schools, to the cuts in public services and the people who work to keep our city running, to continued deportation and denial of immigrant rights, and workers facing threats to life and ...

Campaign for Nonviolent Schools: FUND OUR SCHOOLS, NOT PRISONS

April 6, 2011


Clip Length: 5:08

March 30, 2011 Philadelphia, PA

Asian Americans United Celebrates 25 Years

January 11, 2011


Clip Length: 5:58

Asian Americans United Celebrates 25 Years Philadelphia, PA November, 2010

All Out to Protest City Budget

May 29, 2009


Clip Length: 2:55

Essential Services Coalition - Press Conf. 5.19 Produced by Media Mobilizing Project

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