The Story of Summer Visions: The Creation of a New Public in a Community-Engaged Youth Media Program

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Author: Patti Fraser
Date Published:  Vol. 10, No. 1, Autumn 2016
Published In:  LEARNing Landscapes
Resource Types: Resource Library, Scholarly Journals

Over the course of the last two decades, youth media programs have become increasingly popular as models for community-engaged digital storytelling projects. This narrative reflection is based on Patti's experience as the creative mentor and story editor within a nationally recognized youth-run media production program. This narrative reflects on the collective work of story creation within a community-engaged media art practice as a vehicle for developing capacity to hold pluralistic points of view, perspective, and voice essential for the sustainment of democratic movements. 

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