This article describes a pilot project that linked youth detention centers with community libraries in two cities, to work specifically with incarcerated youth and new learning technologies.
While the issues of race and culture are real and complex, we can address these issues in simple ways.
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.
Using film beyond the screening to engage young people and communities in social and grassroots activism.
For youth essays on peace using media and technology |Deadline: June 30 2007 The Goi Peace Foundation and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) invite young people throughout the world up to 25 years of age to submit essays for the 2007 International Essay Contest for Young People. Entries are divided into […]
“Media Education: A Kit for Teachers, Students, Parents and Professionals” has been published in English and French by UNESCO. The kit is partly a product of the MENTOR project initiated by UNESCO and supported by the Europeon Commission. The kit proposes a prototype of media education curriculum and key concepts of media. You can download […]
4th Annual NYC Grassroots Media Conference: Media and Movements Beyond Borders will occur on Saturday February 24th, 2007 at New School University 10 AM – 7 PM (65 Fifth Avenue at 13th Street). This year, the NYC Grassroots Media Conference seeks to ask: What are the common threads inherent in our global struggles for social […]