Teaching the Next Generation - Tech Tuesday
Recently, I was honored to participate in Native Public Media's Digital Journalism and Storytelling Course. Literally, at the same time I was in Santa Fe for the Digital Journalism and Storytelling Course, I was working to order the equipment for training of Ponca youth in Oklahoma and Nebraska, so they could tell stories about the importance of home. NAPT is also proud of the role they played in funding five Native youth to participate in the 7th Annual Superfly Filmmaking Experience.
With all these different programs cropping up that are training Native youth how to share their stories through different forms of media, I want to make sure we are learning from one another.
The first step is to identify different programs. I will keep updating this list. If you know of a program that you don't see listed here, please send me a message or add a comment to this post:
- Digital Journalism and Storytelling Course
- Standing Bear's Footsteps - The Meaning of Home
- SuperFly Film Workshop
- Longhouse Media
- Migizi Communications
- Independent Indigenous Film & Video
- We R Native
- NAPT Fellows - Press Release | Media
The next step is to start a dialogue. I've submitted a grant to GOODmaker to help with the costs, but feel it should be mostly done electronically, such as through Google+ Hangouts, etc.