News Archive

Join Us on April 21st to Celebrate Teresa's Leadership!

Change is bittersweet! You may have heard that our much-loved Co-Director, Teresa Basilio, has moved on from GAP to pursue new adventures. Please RSVP and join us on April 21st at New York's Elmo Restaurant when we will be celebrating Teresa’s leadership and wishing her well!

April 26th: Join G.A.P. for our Media in Action Report Launch + Celebration!

On April 26th, Global Action Project, in partnership with Funders’ Collaborative on Youth Organizing, invites you to an interactive showcase and celebration of youth-led transformative media organizing projects. We will share findings and recommendations from Global Action Project’s recently released report, Media in Action: A Field Scan of Media and Youth Organizing in the United States, on ways that funders, organizations and allies can increase the scale and impact of transformative media organizing.

We will also hear about innovative media campaigns from leaders of 1 Love Movement (Philadelphia), PrYSM (Rhode Island) and Global Action Project’s Community Media in Action Cohort. This event is open to youth and community organizers, funders and allies, join us!

Celebrating Teresa's Leadership!

Change is bittersweet!

As you may have heard, our much-loved Co-Director, Teresa Basilio, will soon be moving on from GAP to pursue new adventures.
Teresa will be sorely missed. Teresa’s uncompromising devotion to GAP’s mission and youth media leaders, her imprint on GAP’s programs and curricula, and her strong engagement with the larger field and movements for social justice, have been an incalculable gift to GAP and will continue to sustain us moving forward. We are grateful that she has shared almost 12 years of her life, leadership and passion with us, the last three as Co-Director.

Thank You for 11 Years!

Dear G.A.P. Community,

I want to share some important news. It is after much thoughtful deliberation that I have decided to transition out of my role as Co-Director of Global Action Project (G.A.P.). I have been privileged to dedicate 11 years to the community and mission of G.A.P., and I will leave knowing that G.A.P. -principled, nurturing, resilient- is in a strong position to embrace the challenges and opportunities of a changing world.

Community Media in Action Applications for Youth Organizers and Organizations Due Feb. 6, 2016!

Community Media in Action (CMIA) is a G.A.P. initiative that supports social justice groups working to broaden their reach, deepen their impact and increase youth engagement through the production process. CMIA’s 2016 overall goals are:

1) to increase capacity of youth and community organizations to use media for social justice campaigns
2) to cultivate youth organizers as leaders who can produce high-impact media.

G.A.P. Turns 25!

If twenty-five years seems like a long time ago, it’s because it was!

Join Our Fall Programs & Become a G.A.P. Youth Video Producer!

Global Action Project is currently accepting applications from youth aged 14-21 for our 2015-2016 youth media programs! As a G.A.P. Youth Video Producer you will learn how to tell stories, share opinions, grow your leadership, discuss the power of media in society, and work with a great group of other young people to make videos that will make an impact around issues that are important to you and your community.

Our youth media programs run once a week from November 2015 to June 2016. The programs are FREE and you don’t need any media experience to join. Travel costs and snacks are provided. Internship credit is also possible through your school. Applications are due November 6, and you can check out one of our open houses on October 28 & 29th!

2015 Films Now Streaming Online!

Watch Keep Ya Head Up

Click here for the links to watch our newest youth produced films!

Thank You For a Memorable Evening!

On Tuesday night, over 200 of Global Action Project's closest friends, family, community partners, and supporters came together to celebrate the power of young people making high-impact social justice media. Our amazing Co-MC’s for the night, Giselle Bleuz and Rene Gonzalez, took us on a journey filled with song, dance, and interactive multimedia as we premiered four new youth-produced films including collaborations with Streetwise & Safe and DRUM. This years films interrogated urgent issues such as police violence, surveillance of Muslim communities, the criminalization of LGBTQ youth and the importance of creating alternatives to punitive school suspension policies… and did we mention SupaFriends’ brilliant remake of Mean Girls?

Support the next generation of social justice media makers!

We hope YOU will join us in supporting this years youth producers and consider becoming a co-producer of our media by making a donation today to help us reach our $10,000 Spring Appeal fundraising goal!