Media Literacy Project

Mailing Address: 6400 Wyoming Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109
County of Location: Bernalillo
Phone: (505) 828-3129
NTEE Code: B- Education
Mission Statement:

Advance education and advocacy for media justice.

Primary Programs:

Media Literacy Project’s programs work to build youth leadership, elevate media justice issues, and connect media policy to our daily lives to strengthen New Mexico communities. Our current programs center on media projects conducted by youth across the state.


Through local and national partnerships, the Media Literacy Project works in New Mexico to impact national and local media policies that benefit all communities.

Presentations and Trainings

Each year Media Literacy Project delivers media literacy presentations to thousands of youth and adults across the New Mexico and the U.S. We customize each training to meet client goals and objectives, and we develop evaluation components as needed. Trainings include current and relevant media examples such as movie, TV show, and music video clips, commercials, print ads, photographs, and audio, along with a facilitated discussion of the media content and issue areas. Media Literacy Project trainings comprise of anything from a single 45-minute presentation to multi-day media literacy trainings. We are available to speak to your school, organization, place of worship, conference, or community group.

Multimedia Resources

Our DVDs and CDs are used by educators, prevention specialists, health professionals, advocates, and others across the country. We’ve also produced a number of free resources you can download and print from our website.

Populations Served: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Native American, Rural, Immigrants, Urban, Children and Youth, Latino/Hispanic, Low Income, Women and Girls, Men and Boys, Families
Counties Served: Statewide
Year Founded:


Annual Budget: $250,000 - $499,999
Personnel: 6 to 9 FTE
Executive Director:

Andrea Quijada

Accepts inquiries: Accepts inquiries about volunteering
Nonprofit Status: Is fiscally sponsored by a 501(c)(3) nonprofit

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