Charine Gonzales, from The New Mexican’s teen section Generation: Next, writes on how YMP spreads social awareness through modern-day media.
The Albuquerque Journal covers YMP’s trip to the Kennedy Center to take part in the What’s Going On . . . Now project. YMP participant Ryan Lawless and Executive Director Judy Goldberg are interviewed. Continue reading “ABQ Journal on YMP and What’s Going On . . . Now”
Youth Media Project is honored to have been invited to be a part of a national exploration of youth responding to Marvin Gaye’s famous album What’s Going On. While looking into themes such as war and poverty, our youth will be answering the pivotal question: what’s going on now?
Hosted by none other than the marvelous Yesenia Diaz and Fernando Palacios of Capital High School, this first segment explores issues of immigration, gay rights, family, domestic violence and 2012 consciousness.
This second segment explores issues of environmental justice, the 2012 Presidential campaigns, education, poverty and addiction.
YMP is proud to say that we made the cut again this year and a YMP-produced project was recognized by PRX on their “Best Youth-Made Radio of 2011” list.
Nationally recognized YouthCast features Ahmed Hameid’s radio story, “Palestinian Hoop Dreams” and an interview by YouthCast host, Molly Adams.
When a decision must be made, what do you draw upon to guide your next move? Might you be directed by happenstance or a notion that an imagined future, strung together with a blueprint of actions, points the way? Enter the conversation about chance and choice with novelist Lisa Gray Fisher, Alicia Dondo, and Santa Fe’s own Martha and Grant Franks.
Listen to an interview of Judy Goldberg on Santa Fe’s Chamber of Commerce Director Simon Brackley’s show, “Business Matters,” on KTRC, 1260 am, a Hutton Broadcasting station.
Click the link below to read the stories by Youth Media Project alums Eliot Fisher and Carmen Gallegos included in Santa Fe Beyond 400, Passing the Baton. Beyond 400 is a project of the Santa Fe 400th Committee that looks forward to the future of Santa Fe on the occasion of its 400th anniversary.