Global Action Project works with young people most affected by injustice to build the knowledge, tools, and relationships needed to create media for community power, cultural expression, and political change. Learn more about G.A.P.


INDYPENDENT- Exploring New Horizons in Sci Fi and Fantasy

Author and activist Kazembe Balagun reviews GAP 2017 films Echoes of Iemanja and The C.O.R.E. for the NY based newspaper the Indypendent. Speaks to the power of science fiction and urban legend narratives as cutting edge in youth films. 

Date: Sept. 5, 2017 


Huff Post- 10 Trans Filmmakers You Should Know

Our very own media educator Giselle Bleuz was selected by Huff Post recently as one of the top 10 Trans filmmakers you should know! Go Giselle! 

GAP is featured in Brooklyn Community Foundation Blog! Check it out.

Grantee Spotlight: Global Action Project

July 10, 2017

Global Action Project (GAP)—an Invest in Youth grantee—is an intersectional youth organizing and activism program that uses media and storytelling to help young people, specifically immigrant and TLGBQ youth, advocate for themselves and their communities. On Monday, June 26th, I attended their End of the Year Screening, where participants showcased the short films they worked on.

Thank YOU! Check out our Highlights from 2017 End of the Year Screening!

On Monday night, 300 of Global Action Project's closest friends, family and community partners, gathered to celebrate our 2017 Youth Producers under the theme "Our Resistance, Our Time, Our Sanctuary." To everyone who came out on Monday or supported G.A.P. over the course of this past year, thank you so much for uplifting the voices of these dynamic, talented and creative LGBTQ and immigrant youth leaders!

Global Action Project Track at the AMC

Allied Media Conference

Global Action Project Track at the AMC:

Global Action Project is a sponsor of this year’s Allied Media Conference! This year we are hosting 3 workshops.

Support G.A.P.'s Spring Appeal

For 25 years, G.A.P. has been building safe and transformative spaces where youth impacted by injustice— youth of color, immigrant youth, trans youth, queer youth, Muslim youth—come together and collectively envision alternative futures, using those visions to fight the injustices in our current reality. In a time where voices of dissent are threatened, our work to expand—and protect—spaces where young people most impacted by these attacks come together to create powerful counter-narratives, feels incredibly urgent.

G.A.P. in the News: "LGBT Youth Promote Justice By Creating Their Own Media"

"LGBT Youth Promote Justice By Creating Their Own Media"

By Jesse Ehrensaft-Hawley and Luce Capco Lincoln | April 12, 2017

Originally published in Youth Today

April 4 Film Screening: "Our Voices: Trans Stories, Trans Justice, Trans Resiliency"

In a time when transgender and gender nonconforming communities remain under attack, it is crucial to lift up stories of trans resiliency and power. This film screening and panel organized by G.A.P. will highlight ways trans communities fight back, build community, and center the intersectional work essential to survival. Click here to RSVP

Thanks for all of your love and support in 2016!

On December 6th, Global Action Project celebrated a quarter century of social justice youth media. G.A.P. youth leaders, alumni, staff, board, community partners and supporters from the span of our 25 years came together to honor what #GAP25 honoree Reina Gossett called, “a rich and powerful legacy of youth-led social transformation.” It's not too late to support that legacy with a tax-deductible donation today!