Letter from the Editor Welcome to YMR’s final issue of 2008: Volume 2 | Issue 6. This marks the end of a fantastic publication year featuring a total of 38 articles of youth media “on the ground” throughout the U.S. and around the globe. Next year, YMR will continue to launch every other month; however, […]
Youth benefit from a partnership between What Kids Can Do and Y-Press, leading them to cover the Conventions and the 2008 Election.
2008 Youth Media Blog-o-Thon: Interview with Jamilah King of WireTap Magazine and Eming Piansay of YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.
From a political journalism perspective, the youth media around the 2008 election demonstrates a shift in both civic engagement and the media.
Since the outcome of the U.S. Presidential elections has such an impact on the rest of the world, shouldn't global youth voices be heard and weigh in on the vote?
27-year-old Tony Payton, the youngest representative of the Pennsylvania State House, talks about his journey into politics and the important role of young people as they inform and become decision makers using new media.
Sen. Obama’s campaign is an interesting reflection point for youth media practitioners to amplify and appreciate the lessons we have learned on how to use new media and technology tools to attract younger people and to get them engaged in creating a better world through media literacy and engagment.
Call for Entries. Visit screenteststudentfest.org for details.
Job Posting Caribbean Cultural Center/African Diaspora Institute Job Title: Youth Development Program Coordinator Assistant Part-Time 25 hours/week, $15/hr. Monday-Friday,1-6pm Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Description of Organization: The Caribbean Cultural Center/African Diaspora Institute connects and promotes the cultures and traditions of Africans brought to the Americas from the 15th to 19th centuries. The Division of […]