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Covering youth violence

With WBBM-TV demonstrating how not to do it, Community Media Workshop’s Ethnic Media Project offers suggestions for improving coverage youth violence, including:

  • Encourage young people to speak for themselves, promoting youth-created media to give them the opportunity to do so. Agencies that provide media training for their leaders, for example, can include young people served by the agency as spokespersons. Read the rest of this entry »



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