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We are activists at heart and publicists by trade.
We create and anchor public relations and
communications infrastructure to build movements,
sustain momentum, and influence social change.

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We are activists at heart and publicists by trade.
We create and anchor public relations and
communications infrastructure to build movements,
sustain momentum, and influence social change.

blue-square

We are activists at heart and publicists by trade.
We create and anchor public relations and
communications infrastructure to build movements,
sustain momentum, and influence social change.

blue-square

We are activists at heart and publicists by trade.
We create and anchor public relations and
communications infrastructure to build movements,
sustain momentum, and influence social change.

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iraq_vetsMOVEMENT MEDIA provides public affairs, media relations, and communications services for organizations, campaigns, and companies concerned with advancing progressive social change and being a force for good in the world.

We represent leading natural product companies, progressive businesses, non-profit organizations, and grassroots activists. We strive to be stewards of our clients’ message and story while working to anchor their communications strategy and amplify their media presence with authenticity and integrity.

Our work has helped build businesses and organizations, changed laws and policy and advanced a variety of issues such as fair trade, organic standards, animal advocacy, industrial hemp farming, labeling GMO foods, drug policy reform, environmental justice, sustainable agriculture, and the movement to raise the minimum wage.

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We work with groups and initiatives whose work truly resonates with us and with whom we share mutual passion and concerns. Learn more about some of our current and past clients.

Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps
Vote Hemp
Fair World Project
ForestEthics
Canopy Planet
New Internationalist
D.C. Public Library
Prison Ecology Project