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Come to G.A.P.'s Hello and Goodbye Party, November 20

Global Action Project is at a pivotal moment in our history! We're saying “goodbye” to our beloved longtime executive director, Meghan McDermott. And we're welcoming our two new co-directors, Teresa Basilio and Jesse Ehrensaft-Hawley. Come celebrate with us on November 20 in New York City.

Details below.

Open Houses for This Years Youth Media Programs

Youth Breaking Borders Open House: Wednesday, October 30th, 4-6pm

Youth Breaking Borders is a free social justice media program for immigrant youth aged 14-21. The program meets Wednesdays 4-7pm from November to June.

SupaFriends Open House: Tuesday, October 29th, 4-6pm

SupaFriends is a free social justice media program for Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender, Queer and Questioning youth aged 14-21. The program meets Thursdays 4-7pm from November to June.

Save the Date: Hello / Goodbye Party, November 20

Mark your calendar to join Global Action Project in New York City on the evening of November 20, 2013.

Jobs at G.A.P.: Web Development Media Educator

Global Action Project (G.A.P.), an award-winning youth media arts organization based in New York City, seeks an experienced and enthusiastic part-time media educator with experience in web design and/or programming to co-facilitate our Media History Timeline program.

Support G.A.P.'s Spring Appeal

Global Action Project needs your help to continue to run our award-winning programs. Support our spring appeal!

Come to G.A.P.'s End-of-Year Screening, June 18!

GAP's End of Year Screening 2013

G.A.P.'s End of Year Screening is June 18, 2013. Come celebrate youth media, social justice, and power for our communities.

Vote for G.A.P.!

Global Action Project has been named a semi-finalist in the ARTSFWD Business Unusual National Challenge. If we receive enough votes we will be in a position to win $35,000 of grant money and in-kind consulting support.

Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net ) April Digital Dialogue Co-Hosted with Global Action Project

Convening community members who are working at the intersection of education justice/reform and media justice this dialogue features grassroots activists and organizers who are using media and culture to advance the fight for educational justice.

Our Wish List

Thank you to everyone who has donated through our Wish List so far! These items were immediately put to use by youth and educators in our after-school media arts programs.

If you haven't seen it yet, Check out our wish list and consider lending a hand. Help us make sure our youth producers have the best equipment available to produce their media.