On December 19th 2012, 5:00pm, Press Pass TV youth covered and participated in the “Say No to Boston Public School Re-segregation Plans” protest on Court Street. For more information or to get involved, visit:http://equalqualityeducation.org/
As a part of the One Billion Rising movement, The City School performed a youth-produced version of The Vagina Monologues on Feb. 16th, 2013.Here’s a Behind the Scenes look!For more info, go to: www.thecityschool.org and www.onebillionrising.org
“The NSA had been engaged in ‘over collection’ of domestic communications of Americans. They describe the practice as significant and systemic”‘ The New York Times The Cyber Security Act 2012 will allow the government to spy on your searches, emails, chats, photos etc and use them against you for any purpose. Currently, the Government can’t [...]
“Don’t Hit Send”: An anti-cyber bullying Public Service Announcement, created by the sophomore students at Fenway High School and Press Pass TV, during their elective 2011/12. The film focuses on the consequences of cyber bullying, and how easy it is for the bully to be anonymous through modern technology and social media, such as texting [...]
The first video finished story by our “2012 Youth Media Leadership Summer Program” explores how social media is often used as a tool for organizing — whether the purpose is to overthrow a dictator, or a discussion about Food Justice in Roxbury, MA.
How do the images we see of urban youth impact their real lives? Press Pass TV talked to some experts in the field to find out. You can get involved in changing the story! Stay tuned for more information about the Respect in Reporting campaign!
Whenever someone dies due to violence, the entire community is impacted. Nowhere is the devastating effect felt more than at home. Press Pass TV explores the impact violence has on siblings and what we as a community can do to lessen it.