The aim of our project is to show the injustice that has been occuring in police enforcement towards people of color throughout history until today. We believe the only way justice will be served, and has been voiced is through the acts of protests, meetings, and the government making change reforms. Our message is that people of color or anyone should be able to feel free and not feel scared of the police and the only way to do this is for our community to come together and change the culture/society of this country.
The Youth Channel is a production from Manhattan Neighborhood Network’s Youth Media Center. The YMC has a mission to develop 21st-century communicators and critical thinkers and provides New York City youth with high-quality media production education classes and training programs to encourage critical analysis of local, national and international social justice issues; community activism; and personal and professional development. The Youth Channel is
cablecast Monday through Friday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on MNN Channel 4. Learn more at http://www.mnn.org/youtheducation.
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