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Grants in 2004

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Independent Media

American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, New York, NY

$100,000, Technology and Liberty Project
To protect free speech and privacy rights in the age of information and globalization

American Prospect, Washington, DC

$2,500, General Support
For general support of this monthly magazine committed to a just society and enriched democracy

American Prospect, Washington, DC

$25,000, Media Reform
For a special magazine issue on the next communications era

Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC

$50,000, Human Rights and Alternative Media Strategies in Russia: Phase II
For human rights and alternative media strategies in Russia

Democracy Now Productions, New York, NY

$100,000, General Support
For support of Democracy Now!, a pioneering independent news program

Foolproof Performing Arts, Seattle, WA

$15,000, American Voices Forum
For the public panel presentation, All The News That's Fit to Own: Who Controls the Media and Why We Should Care

Free Press, Northampton, MA

$50,000, Media Reform
For the 2005 National Conference for Media Reform

Greenpeace Fund, Inc., Washington, DC

$25,000, Bearing Witness Video
To provide the public with live footage of ecological scandals by government and corporate polluters

Independent Media Institute, San Francisco, CA

$25,000, AlterNet.org
For general support of this organization dedicated to strengthening and supporting independent and alternative journalism

National Video Resources, New York, NY

$2,000, Grantmakers in Film and Electronic Media
For annual membership in this association of grantmakers committed to advancing the field of media arts and public interest media funding

Positive Futures Network, Bainbridge Island, WA

$15,000, Yes! Magazine
For a special magazine issue on media and democracy

Witness, New York, NY

$50,000, General Support
For general support of this international human rights organization that trains local groups to use video in their human rights advocacy campaigns

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