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Streaming Justice Webcast 2019: Students Honor MLK

January 21, 2019 – 5:00 pm | 32 views
IMG_7653 On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, high school students hosted Streaming Justice, a live four-hour webcast. From 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., participants hosted the live webcast, selected the songs played during their segments and learned about the equipment used in a live broadcast. Discussions covered topics such as civil rights, youth engagement, public education and other matters of justice and equity. Students that participated in Streaming Justice are from area schools including Obama Academy, Oakland Catholic, Penn Hills High School, Nazareth Prep, Environmental Charter School, Sci-Tech, St. Benedict the Moor and Woodland Hills Junior Senior High School.

YMAP : Wilkinsburg, Obama and Brashear

February 3, 2015 – 1:53 pm | 1,258 views
ymap(1) The Youth Media Advocacy project teaches local high school students how to use the media to gain a voice in the community, and helps them hone ideas for advocacy campaigns that will aid their schools and communities. Students from Wilkinsburg High School, Pittsburgh Obama and Pittsburgh Brashear return to classrooms after Winter break to discuss education issues and set goals for 2015.

Pittsburgh Obama: Homework

May 16, 2012 – 5:17 pm | 1,757 views
9th grade students from Mr. Kevin Reid's 2nd period civics class at Pittsburgh Obama 6-12 express their thoughts on the subject of homework as part of a project under the Carlow University Youth Media Advocacy Program.