Youth Activism


 

The Scenarios USA Media Corps

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Three separate youth groups based in three separate cities: Cleveland, Chicago, and New York. The young people involved in the Media Corps select themes from the winning Scenarios films shot in their city, and meet regularly over the course of a year to create a digital media campaign that amplifies those themes. Follow Scenarios Youth Voices on Twitter for more from the most amazing teens in these cities.

 Follow Scenarios on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to find out how to get involved with our next campaigns.

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Youth Voices In Chicago

What happens when 10 young people in Chicago work together under one mission of digital advocacy?
Using Scenarios’ Chicago youth written film Veracity as inspiration (developed in our REAL DEAL program), this stellar team of young people meet to develop professionally and individually for advocacy (ie. sexual identity, microaggressions, interrupting negative messaging), and create short films/workshops centered on social justice.
Check out Scenarios Chicago Media Corps Here.
For more info contact Alyssa@scenariosusa.org

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Youth Voices In New York City

What happens when 6 young people in NYC work together under one mission of social activism?
Using Scenarios’ NYC youth written film Aleah as inspiration (developed in our REAL DEAL program), this amazing team of young people met to develop professionally and individually for advocacy.  Their work included a presentation at NBC Universal speaking about their own involvement with Scenarios working on the set of “Aleah,” and why more inclusive television programming is important for all of us.
Check out Scenarios NYC Media Corps Here.
For more info contact Desiree@scenariosusa.org.

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Youth Voices In Cleveland

What happens when young people in Cleveland work together under one mission of digital advocacy?
Using Scenarios’ Place and Power Curriculum, this group of young people meet to develop professionally and individually for advocacy.They work to create short films/workshops centered on social justice.

 

 

 

 

Check out our past campaign (#IwillESV) based on our film Speechless.


Resources for Teens.