Office of Communications, Inc.


For 50 years, the United Church of Christ has been a leader in the fight for media and technology that is more accessible and 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. 

This, year for the 36th Annual Parker Lecture, Helen Brunner, founding director of the Media Democracy Fund, will deliver the 36th Annual Parker Lecture and Gigi B. Sohn, a Distinguished Fellow at the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy and Benton Senior Fellow and Public Advocate, will receive the Everett C. Parker Award. Kevin Sampson, founder and director of the D.C. Black Film Festival, will receive the Donald H. McGannon Award. Read more and get tickets.

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