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Media History Timeline

The Media History Timeline (MHT) is a web-based participatory digital timeline tool that engages artists, youth and educators as they explore the relationships between key pieces of media, popular culture and their own personal stories. Created in partnership with Research Action Design, the MHT includes a working digital prototype and curricula that enable users to generate new individual and community narratives about key social issues by exploring the historical role of media in framing cultural, social and political narratives.

Contact Carlos at [email protected] or call (212) 594-9577 with any questions.

Global Action Project is located at 130 W. 25th Street 2C NY 10001 www.global-action.org

News and Updates

MOZILLA HIVE NY- Exploring Political and Cultural History, and Possibilities: Global Action Project at Netroots Nation

For full article read here- https://hivenyc.org/2017/10/20/exploring-political-cultural-history-poss...


 

This is a guest post by Maddox Guerilla (Youth Leader) and Carlos Pareja (Media History Timeline Coordinator) of Global Action Project, a Hive Member Organization.

Global Action Project's 2015 End of Year Screening! June 30th 6-9pm

G.A.P’s End of Year Screening is coming up on Tuesday, June 30th! Join us for the premiere of this year's youth produced films! We can't wait to celebrate with you! Click for more to find the link to reserve your tickets!

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. Thank you so much for thinking of us!

Media History Timeline Summer Program Recap

This Summer, July 21- August 31st, 2014, 17 young people from throughout NYC were employed at GAP to learn new media technologies, advance their political education and team-build. Young people were continuing to create content and learn critical new media skills in the production of a web application “The Media History Timeline;” a curriculum tool to help users make connections between historical moments, media and popular culture and our personal stories.