Active Voice uses film, television and digital media to spark social change. Our team of strategic communications specialists works with media makers, funders, advocates and thought leaders to put a human face on the issues of our times. Since our inception in 2001, Active Voice has built a diverse portfolio of campaigns focusing on issues including immigration, criminal justice, healthcare and sustainability.
Make Agent Orange History (a project of Active Voice) is a collaborative effort to raise awareness of the long-term impact of Agent Orange/dioxin in Vietnam, a humanitarian concern that continues to affect millions of Vietnamese families, including children. Learn more about solutions to the problem and opportunities to get involved.
The Aspen Institute Advocacy and Exchange Program on Agent Orange/Dioxin is a multi-year project to help Americans and Vietnamese address the continuing health and environmental impact of herbicides sprayed in Vietnam during the war.
The Communications Consortium Media Center (CCMC) is a public interest media center dedicated to helping nonprofit organizations use media and new technologies as tools for public education and policy change.
As the United States becomes more diverse and the media undergo revolutionary and unpredictable change, San Francisco State University’s Department of Journalism has created an interdisciplinary center to identify and spark promising new journalistic models and practices that serve, strengthen and empower communities.
The War Legacies Project is a not-for-profit organization based in Vermont that focuses on the long-term impacts of war to develop a fuller understanding of the costs of war, increase public understanding of these costs, foster public dialogue about the impacts of war and conduct programs that help mitigate the impacts of war at home and abroad.
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