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‘Through the Eyes of a Teen, A Look at Vertical Patrols in Public Housing’

Bay Area Youth Media Network | June 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

‘Through the Eyes of a Teen, A Look at Vertical Patrols in Public Housing’

Temitayo Fagbenle investigates policing tactics in public housing buildings on the Lower East Side of NYC. She spoke with people in the neighborhood and was surprised to learn how often young black and Latino men are stopped and frisked on the streets.

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‘Henry Ebstein: Holocaust Survivor’

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‘Henry Ebstein: Holocaust Survivor’

An interview with Holocaust Survivor Henry Ebstein.

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‘Rosetta’

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‘Rosetta’

“Rosetta” is a look into the Long Now Foundation’s efforts to archive all of the world’s languages. This short documentary highlights important social issues such as digital obsolescence and language extinction as it tells the story of the Long Now’s Rosetta Project.

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‘Looking For’

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‘Looking For’

Based on inspiration from the 2012 election, “BAYCAT’s Finest” wrote the song “Looking For” and the filmmakers created the music video, shot on location in Potrero Hill.

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‘In the Home’

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‘In the Home’

This animated short tells the story of a ghost struggling to deal with a new family moving into his home.

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‘Each One, Teach One; Haiti 2012′

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‘Each One, Teach One; Haiti 2012′

The summer day camp, The ETE Camp (Empowerment Through Education), in Haiti was founded in 2009. The founder, Shaina Gilbert, was only 20 years old, when she decided to make a difference in the world.

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‘Alredor’

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‘Alredor’

A documentary short about homelessness and how it affects the Latino community of Crookston Minnesota.

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‘Things that Annoy People’

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‘Things that Annoy People’

I went around and recorded friends and teachers, asking them what annoys them most, and then I animated according to what they said.

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‘Museums Rule!’

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‘Museums Rule!’

In “Museums Rule!”, a docent with superpowers teaches a cohort of teens proper museum behavior.

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‘Wrestling with Cancer’

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‘Wrestling with Cancer’

A young cancer patient throws down some serious wrestling knowledge. In this surprisingly touching and inspiring piece, Austin explains how he copes with his illness like any tough-guy would.

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