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My story

This video by Dianna Anaya received third place in the 2016 AFSC Iowa Youth Video Project.

draw my life; karen

This video by Ana Karen Yarena received second place in the AFSC Iowa Youth Video Contest for 2016. Special acknowledgment to drawing artist Uriel Sanchez.

Fatima's AFSC Youth Video Project

This video by Fatima Calderon won first prize in the 2016 AFSC Iowa Youth Video Project.
Jorge, a  North Carolinian was locked up in an immigration detention center for over a year. Take a few minutes to watch this video, and share his story.

A Street Media Collaboration: Dogtown Redemption & Street Spirit

by Lauren Kawana Dogtown Redemption, a documentary film about Oakland’s shopping cart recyclers, is partnering with Street Spirit, the East Bay’s homeless newspaper, to create an innovative model for telling, selling and distributing stories from the community. Dogtown Redemption and Street Spirit are shifting the media landscape by replacing traditional DVD distribution and streaming models with Street Spirit’s network of over 100 homeless street vendors.

AALBBA Workshop Video -- for use in workshops with youth

This video shares honest and authentic discussion between a group of African American and Latinx young people. They address tensions between the two communities by discussing the stereotypes, struggles, and similarities that exist between the groups.


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AALBBA Promotional Video

This video shares an overview of the project and what we hope to accomplish through AALBBA. This is not the video for use during the workshop. Please scroll down for access to the Workshop Video.