News Archive

Exciting Leadership Changes at Global Action Project

Global Action Project (G.A.P.) is pleased to announce that after months of planning we have launched a new Co-Director structure on March 1, 2013, ushering in a dynamic phase of organizational and programmatic growth and shared leadership.  This has been a long-held aspiration for us and with direction from the board, staff, and young people, we believe this is a powerful step forward in G.A.P.’s capacity to support youth media and social justice. 

G.A.P. in Chicago March 14-16 (DML Conference and more!)

G.A.P. will be in Chicago March 14-16. We’ll be connecting with folks and on many panels at the Digital Media Learning Conference. And, separately, we’ll be running a Framing and Messaging workshop for youth organizers from around the country. If you’re at the DML 2013 come say hi!

Here’s the breakdown of what we’ll be doing while we’re in Chicago:

G.A.P. at NYCoRE 2013

Global Action Project will be at the New York Collective of Radical Educators (NYCoRE) fourth annual conference on March 16. Come check out our workshops and say hi:

Become a Youth Producer! Youth Media Programs Starting Soon


Global Action Project's SupaFriends is a LGBTQQ youth video crew in New York City. We explore queer history, take pride in our identities, discuss issues in the community and build power by educating ourselves and others through media. Meets Saturdays from February to June. To Join and Learn More Come to the Open House on Saturday., February 9th at 1pm.

ArtsFwd Publishes Article about G.A.P.

ArtsFwd, an online magazine focused on learning about innovation strategies for arts and culture organizations, has published G.A.P. Executive Director Meghan McDermott's article about innovative practices at Global Action Project.

Become a G.A.P. Youth Producer

We are now accepting applications for two of our 2013 programs.  In G.A.P. programs you will work with a group to make videos that will make an impact around issues that are important to you and your community. You don’t need any media experience to join.

Help GAP Raise $5,000 for our College Prep Program This Fall

Our college prep program Smarties begins this fall—the critical time for support and college applications. We need your help to make that happen. Contribute $20, $50, $100 or $500 to help us reach our goal and ensure that young people have the support they need to move forward.

Resisting Racism and Militarism: The Legacy of Bayard Rustin

Bayard Rustin

2012 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of civil rights icon Bayard Rustin, and many are celebrating his legacy. The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC), the nation’s leading organization dedicated to the empowerment of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people, has coordinated centennial activities in recognition of the ground-breaking work of Rustin as a gay leader in the Civil Rights movement.

WERK IT, OWN IT, SHARE IT! Come be a part of Building LGBTQ Youth Power Through Media!

Werk It Report Back Flyer
Join FIERCE, Global Action Project and Streetwise and Safe for a night of activities and discussion on how LGBTQ Youth can build power through media creation and dissemination.

We will showcase media made by LGBTQ youth organizers from around the country, make buttons and silk screen t-shirts, learn about media history and its impact on our communities and discuss how we can grow and strengthen our organizing work together!

Oct. 11th 4pm-9pm
147 W. 24th Street 6th and 4th Floors

A Heartfelt Goodbye to George Stoney

George Stoney -- 1916-2012



George Stoney, one of Global Action Project's biggest fans and allies, and my personal friend and mentor, passed away on July 12 in his apartment in the West Village. He had just turned 96. I was lucky to have had a chance to attend his birthday party and life celebration on July 1. Though I will miss him terribly and always, I am comforted that he died exactly as he had wished: on the tail of a birthday bash, where he was surrounded by loved ones.