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New Hampshire IMC

Mission Statement

Drafted 7/30/03

Real democracy depends on the free flow of information between free people. Control of modern media means control of the futures of so many around the world.

We live in an era when our media is controlled by a handful of corporations whose goal, rather than an informed public, is profit. With a single-minded zeal, mainstream media pursues consumption over participation, wealth over truth, commodity over community. Popular media has failed to question the motives and efficacy of our global institutions. Our confidence in the custodians of public opinion has been shaken.

Independent media provides an unprecedented opportunity to reach not just our neighbors, but the world. The mission of the New Hampshire Indymedia collective is to provide a truly democratic forum for the individuals and organizations working in the granite state. We aim to provide the medium, be it online, video, radio, or print, for the free expression of everyone in New Hampshire.

We encourage the members of our community to become the media. This way we have the information we need to understand the world around us and make informed choices about the policies that affect our lives. We are here to expose stories of corruption and injustice and document the struggles against it. We are here, too, to provide a censorship-free forum for discussing political issues and collectively visualizing alternative social structures.

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The doctrine of nonresistance against arbitrary power, and oppression, is absurd, slavish and destructive of the good and happiness of mankind.
-- Article 10 of the NH Constitution, cited by Guy Chichester and NH Peace Action activists in their case against Sen. Judd Gregg.

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