Opens March 1, 2011 In 2011, Media That Matters moves to the Fall! Submit your film for the chance to work with us in empowering communities working for social change. Let your film be the tool that affects hearts and minds, and supports collective struggle for a more just world. Hundreds of thousands of people […]
The Smithsonian Latino Center is pleased to announce the open application season for the 2011 Young Ambassadors Program. The Young Ambassadors Program is a national, interdisciplinary leadership development program for high school seniors. The mission of the program is to foster the next generation of Latino leaders in the arts, sciences, and humanities via the […]
(VOLUME 5: ISSUE 1) For four years, Youth Media Reporter has documented stories of young people who discovered confidence, activism, creativity and who they are through the process of youth media. In this issue, my aim was to collect the personal testimonials of youth producers-turned-media educators regarding the impact of youth media on their lives, […]
It’s clear that with cameras in hand, the youth of Sierra Leone have already begun writing a new story for themselves and for their country.
When I was 13, my life was forever changed through a youth journalism program in my hometown of Indianapolis, IN—15 years later, I’ve started my own.
An interview with Robert Martin, a scholar-practitioner whose unique approach to applied theater and digital storytelling supports transfer high school students in New York City as they reframe their life experiences from a place of agency and compassion through workshops and film production.
An interview with Chrystian Rodriquez, a nine years-in-the-making youth-producer-turned-media educator.