Candace Clement

Internet Campaign Director

Candace directs Free Press’ campaigns to restore Net Neutrality and stop government and corporate surveillance. She also directs our in-district organizing and online engagement and runs our internship program. Before joining Free Press, Candace worked with community radio station Valley Free Radio. Candace serves on the board of Girls Rock Campaign Boston and holds a B.A. in American studies from Smith College, with a concentration in media and culture. Candace loves all things pop culture. Follow her on Twitter @candacejeanne.


  • Ferguson


    November 25, 2014
    A lot of us felt devastated after learning that Darren Wilson won’t be indicted for the murder of Michael Brown. We listened to prosecutor Bob McCulloch’s statement last night on cable news channels, public radio stations, YouTube webcasts and on-the-ground livestreams. We were glued to the media, old and new. And we went there to find community.
  • TV-static

    Tell ABC, CBS and NBC to Air Tonight's Speech on Immigration

    November 20, 2014
    ABC, CBS and NBC are refusing to broadcast Thursday’s historic presidential address on immigration. They think The Big Bang Theory, Grey’s Anatomy and The Biggest Loser: Glory Days are more important.
  • Tom-Wheeler-FCC

    What Is Tom Wheeler Waiting For?

    November 19, 2014
    Earlier this month, President Obama added his voice to the nearly 4 million people who have urged the FCC to preserve the open Internet and protect free speech online. Is any of this getting through to Chairman Tom Wheeler?

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