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Global Action Project's July Events

 G.A.P. and FIERCE @ Brooklyn Museum's Feminist Film Screening | Saturday, July 11 | 2–4 PM

 In conjunction with the exhibition Reflections on the Electric Mirror: New Feminist Video, community organizations will screen their youth-produced films. FIERCE'Fenced OUT documents the struggle of queer youth of color to save the Christopher Street pier from redevelopment. Global Action Project's Crossed LinesThree Queer Mice, and America’s Next Top Immigrant address the social pressures and gender expectations placed on teenagers. Post-screening discussion with organizations’ youth and staff follows.

Brooklyn Museum
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Forum, 4th Floor
200 Eastern Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11238-6099
Take the 2 or 3 to Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum.

G.A.P. @ The Asian American International Film Festival | Saturday, July 25 | 12 PM

The Youth Shorts Program at the Asia n American International Film Festival will include two G.A.P. films: That Ain't Right, a film that chronicles the Urban Youth Collaborative's campaign for student rights, and America's Next Top Immigrant, a satire that uses the format of a reality TV show to take issue with the competitive individualism of the “American Dream.” Advance tickets are available on the web here.

Museum of Chinese in America
215 Centre St. (btw Howard St & Grand St), Chinatown
Take N/Q/R/W/J/M/Z/6 to Canal St.

G.A.P. in Detroit for Allied Media Conference | July 16-19 | Friday, July 17 | 9-10:30 AM

Come check out G.A.P.’s workshop at the Allied Media Conference:
Politicizing Pop Culture by Youth and for Youth-
In this interactive, hands-on, youth and adult led workshop, participants will be exploring how to engage youth in political education and media production through the use of popular culture. We will analyze current pop culture shows like Heroes and Gossip Girl and re-frame/re-write these stories to reflect our social justice values. Participants will work collaboratively using cameras to script, shoot and act out a short scene that will be screened for the larger group. Hope to see you at AMC!
Can't make it to any events but want to support G.A.P.?  Help ensure that the next generation of community leaders can continute to create media for community power, cultural expression, and political change. Donate to G.A.P. online!

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