The United Church of Christ: Bold Public Voice for Media Justice & Communications Rights
For 50 years, the United Church of Christ has been a leader in the fight for media that is more accountable to local communities -- more local, more diverse, more just.
Building on its legacy, today OC Inc. continues to hold the media accountable and fight for media diversity. We hold the annual Everett C. Parker Lecture in Ethics and Telecommunications to continue to inspire the media and public interest advocates every fall. Please explore our site. Use our resources, support our work and sign up to receive more information.
Come see us at the UCC's General Synod June 28-30 in Long Beach CA.
The 31st Annual Everett C. Parker Ethics in Telecommunication Lecture and Awards Breakfast will be held on
Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 at 8:00 AM
at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, 945 G St NW, Washington DC 20001
Join the United Church of Christ's media justice ministry, Office of Communication, Inc.,
at our annual event honoring our founder and examining telecommunications and media from an ethical perspective.
PRISON PHONES ARE A MORAL ISSUE: Routinely in this country, prisons and jails charge exorbitant rates to companies who offer secure telephone service for prisoners, and those rates are passed on to the families and loved one who pay for the calls. Join OC Inc.'s campaign against this injustice.