News - MNN Youth Channel
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Today's "YC Spotlight" turns our attention to immigration policy-- one of several youth-oriented themes the smart producers at MNN's Youth Channel explore and document with their work.
In "#Allin4Relief," young people participating in the advocacy campaign New Yorkers for Real Immigration Reform gather at Baruch College in Manhattan to urge President Obama to provide immediate administrative relief to undocumented people around the country. Youth from organizations including John Jay DREAMers, New York Immigration Coalition, Make the Road New York talked about the ways in which the U.S.'s current...
Welcome back to "YC Spotlight," our weekly post that brings attention to the critical media produced by The Youth Channel at the MNN El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center. Today we're shining the spotlight on "#BlackLivesMatter," a piece covering a rally held in Washington D.C. last month, when the family of Ramarley Graham, an 18-year-old boy who was shot and killed in his home by an NYPD officer in 2012, delivered 33,000 signed petitions to the Department of Justice.
The clip includes interviews with participants, including volunteers with the NAACP and Picture the Homeless, and speeches made during the rally, which intended to convince federal officials to launch a full investigation of Graham's case.