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Green Street Racers

This spring students at the Green Street Academy will be building and racing their own electric vehicles and Wide Angle Youth Media will be following them all the way to the finish line.

Posted June 11th, 2012 in Video by waym
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Utopia


Emily, a very cynical teenager, refuses to think that Baltimore could ever be a good place to live. A trip to a very special place called Utopia helps her to see things differently.


Posted March 19th, 2012 in Blog, Video by waym
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Our Utopia is


Youth Producers in Wide Angle’s Baltimore Speaks Out! Program describe their visions of Utopia.

Posted March 19th, 2012 in Blog, Video by waym
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Respect


Public Service Announcement created by young people at the Goodnow Community Center in Baltimore as part of a Wide Angle Youth Media workshop

Posted March 19th, 2012 in Blog, Homepage, News by waym
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A Global Look at Pollution


Youth Producers in the Baltimore Speaks Out Program at the Herring Run Library Branch interviewed people from India, Baltimore and New York City to gain a broader perspective on the impact that human pollution has on communities around the world.

Posted March 19th, 2012 in Video by waym
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Pollution in Baltimore


Look down any street in Baltimore City and you will see trash laying on the pavement. Baltimore City residents share their views on the causes, effects and solutions to the current epidemic of littering and pollution in Charm City.

Posted March 19th, 2012 in Blog by waym
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A Big Commitment


A group of young people set out to make a difference in their environment.

Posted March 19th, 2012 in Video by waym
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Recycle Man


In this award-winning, comic book inspired short, the Baltimore Speaks Out Youth Producers at the Orleans Street Library Branch tell the story of a young super hero, Recycle Man, out to stop reckless littering in Baltimore City. Polluters Beware!

Posted March 19th, 2012 in Blog by waym
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City

For every letter in the acronym C.I.T.Y., youth in the Baltimore Speaks Out Program created a corresponding video. This project allowed students to become familiar with different vocabulary words while producing videos that explore the history, geography and culture of Baltimore City. The inspiration for this project was the New York Public Libraries Abecedarium: NYC project.

Posted March 19th, 2012 in Video by waym