NAMLE spotlights NW Center for Media Literacy and Action for Media Education ground-breaking literacy bill

Recently the National Association for Media Literacy (NAMLE) sat down with AME’s own Marilyn Cohen, focusing on her work as Director of the Northwest Center for Excellence in Media Literacy based in the College of Education at the University of Washington.

While their conversation covered the many facets of the NW Center, it also focused on Action for Media Education’s amazing work in its 25 years, and triumph earlier in 2016 as it successfully lobbied for media literacy legislation.

The article states:

As Washington becomes the first state to pass this ground-breaking legislation, Marilyn and her AME colleagues look forward to helping and supporting others in the media literacy community across the U.S. in their quest to pass similar legislation in their respective states.

Read more in the NAMLE August bulletin.