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Youth Media Forum 2011 Sac 2

Youth Media Forum 2011 Sac 2

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Kindra Montgomery-Black and bel reyes article
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Dear 
 
Sacramento
 
youth and adultallies, join us in taking the region in a new direction byconnecting youth-led social media for communitychange to mainstream media partners. We can’t do italone. We need your voice!
 
 An exclusive report on the 2 
nd 
Annual Youth Media Forumfor Social ChangeBy, Kindra F. Montgomery-Block and bel Reyes
The 2
nd
Annual Youth Media Forum For Social Change washeld on May 7
th
, 2011 at the Sacramento Bee. The forumprovided over 100 youth and adultallies the “real-talk” connection toyouth produced social media withthe primary purpose of creatingcommunity change. The youngsocial media producers ranged inage from 11-21 and live in theSacramento region. Celebrated for their unique contributions to thedigital media world, the forumhighlighted three core areas that connected the socialmedia projects to youth identified social topics of concern:1) Race, Culture, Gender, and Class; 2) Health and Fitness;and 3) Summer and Out Of School Time.For many youth and adults in attendance the social mediaprojects highlighted issues that create social barriers for many youth to succeed. Theforum provided a safe venue toraise concerns and discusscurrent events that led to their development. Furthermore, theforum provided an opportunity for the youth social mediaproducers to directly engage in a dialogue with forumparticipants to collectively identify“3 Big Ideas” to move the effortsof the forum from discussion toaction. For example KengiBrown from the Met High Schoolshowcased a documentary aboutthe Mr. Success program at SamBrannan Middle School (hisalmamater). The documentary featured current students inthe program and the success the program has had byfocusing on African American males, at a time whenschools and districts are struggling to meet the academic,social, or emotional needs of this “ high or at risk”
Forum Agenda: TheStory is You!Breakout Group DiscussionsForum Panelist: Race,Culture, Gender, and Class

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