Razing NY: the Disappearance of Affordable Housing investigates patterns of gentrification throughout four different NYC neighborhoods. Bringing together community residents, organizers, business people and policy makers in the neighborhoods of the Lower East Side, Williamsburg, Bushwick and Fort Greene, youth producers cast their cameras on the politics of race, class and economic development as communities fight to make housing affordable for all.
Upgrading your Computers or Video Production Equipment? Call us!
Global Action Project, a youth media arts organization with a social justice mission, is currently looking for computers and camera equipment for our programs and trainings. If you or your organization is upgrading and wants to sell your equipment or make a tax-deductible donation to a great cause, we'd love your old equipment. Your equipment will be an invaluable resource for hundreds of LGBTQ youth, immigrant youth and youth of color throughout NYC who are using media at G.A.P. to share their stories and organize for justice in their communities. Our wish list is below. Get in touch by emailing us at [email protected] or calling us at 212-594-9577. Thank you so much for thinking of us!
Mac computers preferably iMac 2011 or newer
Memory: at least 16GB of RAM
Disc: Flash drive or at least 7200rpm
Extra + if it has a Thunderbolt connection.
HD 1080p Video Cameras