"Sometimes, the best way to change a mind is to see the world through the eyes of a child. When we look at our nation and world through our children’s eyes and hearts we are able to see how much urgency needs action."
- Marian Wright Edelman
Children's Defense Fund
Our Creative Exercises Heighten Critical Thinking Skills
and is Safe and Healthy For All Generations
Project and Problem-Based Learning, Teamwork, and Collaboration
Build The 4C's Skills-Set Youth Need Before Entering The Workforce
Learners Transfer Knowledge Gained To Create Videos That Communicate Powerfully, Effectively and Collectively About Critical Issues That Matter
Film Media Literacy Education's Potential
To Solve The Problems We Face Has Never Been Greater
and Never More Needed Than Now
A Film Media Literacy Education isn't just something nice to have -
but critical for youth and communities committed to Freedom, Justice, and Democracy
We Make Learning Fun Using Storytelling
and Commercial Ads Learners Love To Watch
Our programs offer their own magnetism-relevant,
real-world content, and context that fosters life long learning.
We position youth for entry in the Media & Entertainment Industry,
the largest M&E market in the world, worth 100 billion by 2020,
employing 3 million individuals a year.
Our programs and activities unlock the black box of the brain that can realize an identity aspirational for learners.
We use foundational scientific techniques
that foster behavior changes and the potential
for a new renaissance for learners.
We teach youth how to use technology to create stories that communicate their vision for the future and how they want to live.
We develop cooperative business models that promote a new circular economy capable of maximizing human and planetary well-being.
We use Gnowbe, the micro-learning mobile platform
to deliver actions and activities in preparation
for Film Media Literacy Workshops improving
the effectiveness of face-to-face time,
during workshops capturing real-time learning and post-workshop to reinforce learning.
We Stand At
The Intersection 0f
The World's Fourth Industrial Revolution
We are open to learning. As humans, we can take the extra step to help technology build a better world. As youth, we need a new education and training to
be prepared for the future of work.
When you take responsibility for helping us learn how to adapt to the technological challenges and changes we face, you help redefine what it means to be human, what
it means to work and what it means to be completely embedded in our new world.
and Youth Activism
Is Giving Wings To
The Issues Of Our Day