Letter from the Editor Welcome to YMR’s final issue in 2009 – New Orleans Volume 3: Issue 6. With support from Open Society Institute, these practitioners and their colleagues met on October 21 to discuss the most pressing challenges of their work. Following this meeting, contributors wrote and revised drafts that were reviewed by a […]
How established media organizations can support emerging youth media initiatives in the aftermath of disaster.
Youth media educators must continue to develop and enhance projects to ensure that youth—particularly those impacted by incarceration—have opportunities to develop their voices in safe and rigorous settings.
There is very little in the way of activism, education reform and civic engagement for middle school-aged students. Rethink works to change that.
Executive directors at Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana and Vietnamese American Young Leaders Association of New Orleans discuss the vibrant and dynamic community of organizers in New Orleans and the Youth Organizing Collaborative.
Two co-directors of Students at the Center, a writing program in the New Orleans public schools, explains the context of New Orleans and using youth media to improve schools.
This report seeks to provide a recent snapshot of the youth media field and underscore the urgency for youth media organizations to work together, especially at a time when there is a growing need for youth media and the changes it can effect. It is derived from conversations with youth media practitioners in the United […]
Position Description: Support GLSEN’s efforts in community-based organizing to address anti-LGBT bullying, name-calling, and harassment in K-12 schools. The Community Initiatives Associate provides direct support to community-based GLSEN Chapters to ensure that their work effectively supports GLSEN’s mission and strategic plan. The Community Initiatives Associate also works with the rest of the department to ensure […]
Tribeca Film Institute Youth Programs Assistant The Tribeca Film Institute (TFI), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization is seeking a full time, year-round assistant for its educational programs. Since 2005, the Tribeca Film Institute has run a year-round slate of youth programming for New York City public school students, including in-school arts education, out-of-school time youth programs, […]
The Tribeca Film Institute seeks energetic and experienced digital video/film Teaching Artists starting this January to work with middle and high school students through the following programs: Tribeca Teaches (In-school residencies and after-school workshops) The Tribeca Youth Screening Series (Pre/post screening classroom visits) Please note that for these positions, a flexible schedule is essential, as […]