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Youth Culture

Youth media content from YO! Youth Outlook, YO! TV, Silicon Valley De-Bug, The Beat Within, Sprawl Magazine, SNAG (Seventh Native American Generation), Generation M, Roaddawgz and the California Council on Youth Relations - provides a window into youth culture. For more information on NAM's youth media content and projects, contact Kevin Weston at kweston [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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Locked Up and Pregnant -- The Drama

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Directed by Neela Banerjee//Video: MIn Lee and Ann Bassette, Oct 30, 2009

What happens to young women who get caught in the system while pregnant? This film is a collaboration between YO! and the Center for Young Women's Development.

The Swine Is on Our Minds

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Donny Lumpkins & YO!Radio Crew, Oct 30, 2009

This week on YO!Radio -- we hit the streets to see if people are worried about the H1N1 virus. Is it a real threat, or just hype?

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Celebrity Worship

Final Call, News Report, Charlene Muhammad, Oct 30, 2009

Some popular culture analysts say the celebrity influence is strong because people get to relax, escape pressure and avoid the stresses of their everyday livesat least for a moment.

Young People Process Homecoming Gang Rape

NAM Youth Media Group, Commentaries//Video, Various Authors//Video: YO! Bloggers and Ann Bassette, Oct 29, 2009

The gang rape of a 15-year-old student at Richmond High School has made national headlines, but how are young people processing the incident?

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Bus Brawl Leads to Dialogue Between Blacks and Asians

New America Media, News Report//Video, Vivian Po//Video: Ann Bassett and Min Lee, Oct 29, 2009

After a fight between two women broke out on a city bus earlier this month, three generations of community leadership discuss tensions between the African-American and Asian-American communities.

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Immigrant Children Lost in Education Reform

New America Media, Q&A, Carolyn Ji Jong Goossen, Oct 28, 2009

Ruby Takanishi, president and CEO of Foundation for Child Development, recently co-edited a new book titled, "Immigration, Diversity and Education," with Elena L. Grigorenko. She spoke with New America Media Education Editor Carolyn Ji Jong Goossen.

Nike Unveils Pacquiao Billboard in Hollywood

Asian Journal, News Feature, Joseph Pimentel, Oct 27, 2009

Recognizing Filipino Americans' buying power, Nike has installed a giant billboard in Hollywood, featuring the image of Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao.

Spies, Lushes and Snipers

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Donny Lumpkins & YO!Radio Crew, Oct 23, 2009

This week on YO!Radio -- scientist sells out U.S. Military, new campaign educates military families on drugs and alcohol and ex-military man shoots 15-year old.

Young and Jobless -- But the Future Still Beckons

NAM Youth Media Group, Commentary, Various Authors, Oct 23, 2009

The number of unemployed youth ages 16 to 24 years is its highest since World War II at 53.4 percent. Despite the shrinking pool of job opportunities, young adults are enterprising and pragmatic about what they need, and hopeful about their futures.

An Author and a Gentleman

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Ann Bassette, Oct 22, 2009

Author Enitan Bereola stopped by KMEL's Street Soldiers to talk about his new book Bereolaesque: The Contemporary Gentleman & Etiquette Book for the Urban Sophisticate and the modern concept of being a gentlemen in today's society.

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