Press Pass TV is proud to be fiscal sponsor for this new film about Boston Jazz. This is not a documentary about jazz, instead it is a way to provoke conversations about jazz music and the importance that jazz has played, not only in the African American culture, but the influence it has had on all genres of music.
Rhode Island’s industrial past has left a toxic legacy. In low income neighborhoods many, public schools are being built on toxic sites creating a variety of health issues for local children and giving rise to the Environmental Justice League of Rhode Island.
Press Pass TV collaborates with the Youth Jobs Coalition to hit the streets of Boston and get a sense of what citizens’ first jobs were, what the experience was like, and how it shaped them into who they are today.
Press Pass TV and the Sub Urban Justice League paired up to hit the streets and ask hard hitting questions to increase cross-cultural dialogue, and see how people really feel on their respective sides of the spectrum.
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/