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Abstraction Made Elementary (AME)
Charitable nonprofit organization that brings together children ages 7-12, accomplished contemporary artists, and their shared community to participate in advanced art forms. ART@NIGHT, the documentary by award-winning filmmakers and artists, takes its name from one of America\'s most innovative contemporary art programs. And using a combination of live-action footage and fun photo-animation techniques, what emerges is a high-energy, ground-level look at the experiences of elementary school kids in the process of exploring and discovering new ways to perceive and re-create their world.
Action Coalition for Media Education (ACME)
ACME is a coalition of teachers, scholars, students, journalists, public health advocates and community organizers who believe that today's media system is profoundly undemocratic.
Adobe Youth Voices
Adobe Youth Voices provides breakthrough learning experiences using video, multimedia, digital art, web, animation, and audio tools that enable youth to explore and comment on their world.
Alliance for Education
A partnership of business and public education with the community. The purpose of the Alliance is to assist in the transformation of public education so that all schools are highly effective in preparing every child to be a knowledgeable, skillful, adult; an informed, responsible citizen; and a productive worker. The Alliance is organized as an independent, nonprofit corporation serving Worcester County and Central Massachusetts.
Alliance for Public Technology
A nonprofit membership organization open to all nonprofit organizations and individuals concerned with fostering access to affordable and useful information and communication services and technologies by all people.
Alliance for a Media Literate America (AMLA)
The AMLA is committed to promoting media literacy education that is focused on critical inquiry, learning, and skill-building rather than on media-bashing and blame. This national, grassroots membership organization will be a key force in bringing media literacy education to all 60 million students in the United States, their parents, their teachers, and others who care about youth.
America's Public TV Stations
A nonprofit membership organization established to support the continued growth and development of a strong and financially sound noncommercial television service for the American public. APTS provides advocacy for public television interests at the national level, as well as consistent leadership and information in marshaling grassroots and congressional support for its members: the nation\'s public television stations.
American Library Association
The American Library Association site enhances the learning experience with an information service more available to help the development, promotion, and improvement of the library and the profession of librarianship.
Black Film Center/Archive
The Black Film Center/Archive is a repository of films and related materials by and about African Americans. Included are films which have substantial participation by African Americans as writers, actors, producers, directors, musicians, and consultants, as well as those which depict some aspect of black experience.
Center for Democracy and Technology
The center works to promote democratic values and constitutional liberties in the digital age. With expertise in law, technology, and policy, CDT seeks practical solutions to enhance free expression and privacy in global communications technologies. Their website has very up-to-date information on telecommunications policy.
Center for Digital Democracy
A nonprofit comitted to the preservation and support of an open, diverse and democratic Internet.
Center for Media Education
A nonprofit working toward a media system that serves the public interest.
Center for Media Education
A national nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a quality electronic media culture for children and youth, their families and the community.
Center for Media Literacy
Learn to use critical thinking skills in accessing, analyzing, evaluating and creating media.
Civil Rights Forum on Communications Policy
Digital Television and the public interest. They work to bring civil rights organizations and community groups into the debate over the future of our media environment.
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
This is a public-interest alliance of computer scientists and others concerned about the impact of computer technology on society.
A community-based organization that focuses on the filmmaker's process.
Educational Media Reviews Online
Formerly the MC Journal: The Journal of Academic Media Librarianship\'s AV Review Database, Educational Media Reviews Online presently has over 850 reviews and is indexed by Media Review Digest\'s online database. While the majority of the reviews are for videos from major educational distributors, an increasing number of CD-ROM and DVD titles are included. Reviews are written by librarians and teaching faculty primarily from colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada.
Educational Video Center
The Educational Video Center (EVC) is a not-for-profit media arts center that teaches documentary video production and media analysis to youth, educators and community organizers. EVC's mission is dedicated to the creative and community-based use of video and multi-media as a means to develop the literacy, research, public speaking and work preparation skills of at-risk youth.
Electronic Frontier Foundation
A nonprofit activism and information hub for Internet privacy, accessibility and development issues.
This national media watch group has been offering well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986.
GLAAD (Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation
GLAAD's Monitor & Response team watches the increasing number of films, articles, programs and softwares affecting the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender by monitoring the media.
Libraries For The Future
The Libraries For The Future site builds the capacities of libraries in an interactive environment.
Since January, 1999, Listen Up! has engaged more than 1,000 youth from diverse backgrounds in the researching, writing, production, editing and distribution of their own media.
Media Access Project
A nonprofit advocacy group promoting the public's First Amendment right to hear and be heard on electronic media.
Provides information for those looking for access to resources, media action grants, emerging media arts workshops, advocacy and community building, video preservation working group, members\' meetings/networking - information services and publications.
This site is full archived articles and current news. Their motto is "As the media watches the world, we watch the media."
National School Public Relations Association
NSPRA provides training, products, and services to promote better public understanding of the objectives, accomplishments, and needs of education in a diverse society; and build public support for the best educational opportunities and achievement for all students.
A nonprofit corporation dedicated to empowering teens to express themselves through the development of online communities. Specific services or resources offered:Training teens in writing and critical thinking skills, technological fluency, high-tech work skills, and multimedia production. Focus is on at-risk adolescents.
An international volunteer organization of youth, PEACEIncorporated is actively working to "increase the peace" within schools, families, communities and nations by working to create inclusive projects of peace that can be implemented by youth in communities everywhere.
People for Better TV
This site gives recommendations for taking action and creating change in communities through television.
Small Schools Workshop
Assists large schools and school districts in the creation of smaller and more personalized learning environments. This may entail restructuring existing public schools into \"schools within schools,\" as well as creation of new kinds of public schools, charters, alternative schools and smaller neighborhood schools. Smaller schools mean more choices for parents and kids, more opportunity for teachers to know their students well, and safer, more supportive learning communities.Specific services or resources we offer include:Professional development for teachers and administrators in areas of restructuring, curriculum design, and team building. We offer help to schools and communities in reshaping their overcrowded schools. We offer special events, training and technical assistance to schools and districts seeking to secure smaller and more personalized schools and to turn around underperforming schools.
The Just Think Foundation
The Media Awareness Network
provides techniques to detect media bias and differentiate between hard and soft news. "Making Your Voice Heard: A Media Toolkit for Youth" is made in Canada but applies to the United States.
The Mirror Project
The Mirror Project creates, exhibits and distributes alternative media projects that promote social, cultural, and personal awareness. It was founded in 1992 by Colombian-born media educator and documentary filmmaker Roberto Arvalo. The Mirror Project is designed to enable people from all social classes and educational backgrounds to analyze and understand their own experience and the social structures that impact them.
What Kids Can Do
What Kids Can Do (WKCD) is a national nonprofit founded in January 2001 by an educator and journalist with more than 40 years' combined experience supporting adolescent learning in and out of school. Together, they felt an urgent need to promote perceptions of young people as valued resources, not problems, and to advocate for learning that engages students as knowledge creators and not simply test takers. Just as urgent, they believed, was the need to bring youth voices to policy debates about school, society, and world affairs.
Youth Communication,founded in 1980 by executive director Keith Hefner, helps teenagers improve their writing and reading skills through the publication of teen-written magazines and books. We also use the writing process to help teens think about difficult personal issues in their lives, particularly the young people who write for our foster care magazine.
Started in 1988, iEARN is the world's largest non-profit global network that enables teachers and young people to use the Internet and other new technologies to collaborate on projects that both enhance learning and make a difference in the world.