[Sfbay-video] Fwd: $250 Stipend for help with SF Day Labor Moving video
a. mark liiv
mark at whisperedmedia.org
Sat Sep 22 06:56:06 PDT 2007
>From: Karen Yu [mailto:Karen.Yu at sfdph.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 11:01 AM
>To: renee at lrcl.org
>Subject: Moving video
>I am wondering if you can send the following request out to your community
>volunteer list. Thanks.
>1) with the technical expertise to splice together video footages to
>produce a video using a half-hour long script written in Spanish, AND
>2) who would be willing to perform this task to serve the day labor
>community for a stipend of $250, AND
>3) who either has his own software to do the work, or would be willing to
>use either a Final Cut Pro program at Berkeley High School in Berkeley, OR
>use Pinnacle Studio at 1390 Market Street in SF.
>A common job for day laborers is moving (e.g., furniture, boxes in a grocery
>store, etc.). Statistics tell us that many day laborers in S.F.
>suffer from muscular-skeletal aches and pains. The highest incident of
>on-the-job injuries and death around the nation is found in the foreign-born
>latino male population. Very few employers of day laborers provide job
>training for day laborers.
>For these reasons, the S.F. Day Labor Program and the S.F. Department of
>Public Health have joined forces to provide health and safety education for
>the day laborers in San Francisco. One piece of educational material being
>developed is a video on how to do a moving job professionally and safely.
>The script for the video was written by a La Raza Studies and Community
>Health Education student at SFSU with input from day laborers. The footages
>was filmed by a student in a film and social justice program at Berkeley
>High. The main actors in the video are day laborers.
>The intented distribution of the video will include day labor centers and
>other non-profit agencies who provide services to day laborers.
>For More Information:
>Please contact Karen Yu at (415) 252-3957 or at karen.yu at sfdph.org with a
>subject line of "Moving Video"
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