Juvenile Asylum blends personal storytelling with legal and sociological analysis in a video-pamphlet format. It is designed to give high school students a basic sense of their rights when they are subjected to a search and interrogation by faculty or security guards.
June 28th: Global Action Project's 2016 End of Year Screening!
Join Global Action Project for our annual End of Year Screening on June 28th, 2016! This year we'll be at the New School's Tishman Auditorium, 63 5th Ave., Room U100. Reserve Your Tickets Today! Tickets are FREE!
Films! Performances! Food!
June 28th, at the New School Tishman Auditorium
63 5th Avenue, between 13th & 14th street (Room U100)
Reception 6-7 PM
Screening: 7-9 PM
Directions: Take the 4, 5, 6, L, N, Q, R, W to 14th St Union Square, the F, L, V to 6th Ave - 14th St, or the 1,2,3 to 7th Ave - 14 St
Tickets are FREE however we encourage you to donate to support G.A.P.'s youth producers as they finish their 2016 films!
Featuring the newest productions from:
SupaFriends is Global Action Project's LGBTQQ youth video crew. We explore queer history, take pride in our identities, discuss issues in the community and build power by educating ourselves and others through media.
Youth Breaking Borders is Global Action Project's video program for immigrant youth. We share our experiences, examine the root causes of migration and create films for immigrant justice.
Community Media in Action is Global Action Project's training program dedicated to supporting community organizations to bring the power of youth media to their social justice campaigns.
Media History Timeline is Global Action Project's program for youth using new media to present the history of youth activism and the policing of youth of color. This social justice-oriented program is centered on creating a web application that can be used to facilitate community-based learning and actions.
Check out some of their past films as you get geared up for June 28th!
Global Action Project's Celebration and End of Year Screening is co-sponsored by the School of Media Studies at The New School and the Office of Civic Engagement and Social Justice at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts.