[Sfbay-video] DEC. 11 @ 5PM--TAKE THE RED PILL OF MEDIA LIBERATION... TELL IT LIKE IT IS 2004: TARGET HOLLYWOOD
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DEC. 11 @ 5PM--TAKE THE RED PILL OF MEDIA LIBERATION... TELL IT
LIKE IT IS 2004: TARGET HOLLYWOOD
Don't get stuck in the MATRIX of corporate media monopolies. On
December 11, 2004, let the 30 youth leaders for social and media
justice wake you up at the Second National Youth Media Justice
Film Festival, TELL IT LIKE IT IS 2004: TARGET HOLLYWOOD,
presented by THIRD WORLD MAJORITY (www.cultureisaweapon.org).
Armed with cameras, computers and personal stories, young people
from 30 youth organizations from as far as St. Croix in the
Caribbean to the Black Mesa reservation in Arizona will converge
on Hollywood December 8-11, 2004 to undergo a marathon
filmmaking journey to create 30 films in four days. Be one of
the first to see these visions of social and media justice
premiere at the Vine Theater in Hollywood on Saturday, December
ARE YOU HIP TO MEDIA JUSTICE?
Media Justice is a movement by, for and about communities in
this country taking back the media airwaves, networks and
cultural spaces that belong to us! The youth leaders of TELL IT
LIKE IT IS 2004: TARGET HOLLYWOOD aren't creating media that's
just trying to sell you something. These young leaders are
coming to Hollywood to "tell it like it is" about their
communities and themselves through their own stories of
Take a stand and support a PEOPLE'S MEDIA. Don't miss this
historic MEDIA JUSTICE event!
What you'll see is the revolution made irresistible.
TELL IT LIKE IT IS 2004: TARGET HOLLYWOOD
National Youth Media Justice Film Festival
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2004
5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
6321 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
** Between Ivar and Vine in Hollywood. Street and public
parking available on adjacent streets.
COST: Suggested donation of $5-$5,000 (Hey, a movement's gotta
be funded somehow!) No one turned away for lack of funds.
Third World Majority, a national women of color media justice
training, production and organizing collective.
riKu matsuda of the Morning Review, KPFK 90.7 LA
Anita Johnson of Hard Knock Radio, KPFA 94.1 Bay Area
Additional surprise musical guest!
KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles
** LISTEN TO KPFK 90.7 FM ALL NEXT WEEK FOR OUR EVENT PROMOS AND
Communities for a Better Environment, Echo Park Film Center,
Hard Knock Radio, Khmer Girls in Action, Los Angeles County of
Human Relations, Pan-African Film Festival, Public Allies-Los
Angeles, Q Team Los Angeles, Southern Californians for Youth,
Strategic Actions for a Just Economy, Youth Justice Coalition,
UCLA Department of Ethnocommunications
This event was funded by the Compton Foundation
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
THIRD WORLD MAJORITY
targethollywood at cultureisaweapon.org
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