The Ones We Have Been Waiting For: A Review and Discussion of Suzanne Collin's Hunger Games Trilogy | Malkia Cyril and Ying-sun HoThursday, 22 March 2012 00:10 Published in Article
Imagine a world where the death of children is the sport, vicious economic inequity and competition is the game, and culture is created and manipulated through the daily mechanization of a highly controlled political and media system. In this world, hunger—deep, seemingly insatiable hunger—is etched into the very rhythm of life. This is not simply a physical craving for food or water, but an existential yearning for freedom, self-determined governance, and the kind of love and hope that can outlast even the most powerful enemies and the darkest of days.
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Malkia Cyril is the Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Media Justice (CMJ)- a national intermediary serving the media training, strategy, and organizing needs of justice movements and communities of color. As an award-winning organizer and communications leader, Malkia has more than 15 years experience conceiving and managing grassroots communications and media organizing initiatives.
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