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Beyond coalition politics as usual: Five questions with 215 People's Alliance's Bryan Mercer

Bryan Mercer is a steering committee member of 215 People’s Alliance. He is executive director of Media M obilizing Project, which uses strategic media and communications to strengthen and connect communities organizing for their human rights. Bryan also works on media policy advocacy as a board member of the Media Action Grassroots Network. Can you tell us a little bit about your organization and how it was formed? 215 People's Alliance was founded by leaders in community and labor organizing throughout the Philadelphia region looking to go beyond coalition politics as usual.
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