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May, 2009 - Young Media Critics began on Blogtalkradio!
What is Media? What is Media Literacy? What is Media Education?
We began broadcasting in 2009 with Frank Baker as our first guest. Frank Baker, I call my mentor. He is a well-know and renowned media literacy educator. He influenced me and caused me to want to learn and to teach everyone about the influences of media messages that surround them every day. On our first show, Frank talked with me and shared What is Media, What is Media Literacy and Media Education. The show is about learning how to interpret, analyze, understand, and create media messages that surround us all every day.
Today’s show we are going to replay that episode and next week’s episode we will be part of the 1st Annual United States Media Literacy Week.
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Peep a brand new Episode of "Whats Really going on" Hosted By Dante' a.k.a Young Tay and Aeileon! Tonight we will be addressing Conscious thinking.And what it takes to remain positive in a NEGATIVE WORLD.This is gonna be very deep yall so strap your seat belts and get ready for take off!!! SEE YOU THERE! CALL IN NUMBER IS (347) 857-4437!!!
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Olympian Candy Young.
Young, a former U.S. Olympic athlete, began her duties as Delaware State University's Director of Athletics on August 13, 2012. She is the first female to hold the position at DSU.
Working closely with the university administration, Young immediately began to spell out a clear vision for Hornet athletics, including academic and support services for all student-athletes, fund raising, team and staff goals, facility improvements; and student, alumni, community and corporate support.
Young has been involved in intercollegiate athletics for more than 30 years, including six as head track and field/cross country coach, Senior Woman Administrator (SWA), Assistant Athletics Director and Associate AD at Delaware State University.
As SWA, she spearheaded several programs to help promote the advancement of women in athletics. In 2010, Young helped to create the annual “Delaware Diamond Extravaganza," which recognizes the contributions of Delawareans and those with ties to Delaware on behalf women's sports. She also served as a delegate in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, where she represented DSU in the decision making processes. She was named chairperson of the MEAC "Women of the Year" Committee selection process in 2010.
Delaware State University's Kalyn Washburn (2010) and Jazmyne Hefflefinger (2012) were selected as the MEAC's Woman-of-the-Year during Young's tenure at DSU.
In 2011, Young was submitted as a candidate from the MEAC delegation to represent the conference at the national level, and received an appointment to the Amateurism Cabinet of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
The Young Media Critics is revamping and developing new things for upcoming year -2015.
Thank you to all our faithful listeners!
Happy Holidays! A Peaceful & Prosperous New Year to everyone!
This episode is a rebroadcast of a previous show - "Self Worth of Young Girls and the Media" Is the self-worth of young people, particularly young women determined by the media?
When we watch any music video, television shows, or read any of the fashion magazines, we can clearly see that the media is not very kind to girls. Today, the expectations to look a certain way are totally wild and unrealistic.
Listen again and ask questions, let us know what your think.. Email us at Youngmediacritics@gmail.com
Hear from the Young Media Critics why body image matters for girls!
It's our second annual State of the Young Black Man address with Entrepreneur Marquis Coates and Young Activist Caleb Jackson.
If your not a young man, this will be a most enlivening, informational, and engaging address for your little brother, nephew, and any parents of young men.
How do we show them that school is not a right now job, but the foundation of your future? How do we keep them in school?
Despite making up just 13% of the population, blacks commit around half of homicides in the United States. Where do we start? Turning criminals into students and upstanding citizens sounds like an impossible charge.. but it's possible; we have to believe it is, but how? How is it possible?
Also, how do we become better young black fathers, realistically and perceptionally?
Entrepreneur Marquis Coates and Young Activist Caleb Jackson will be rejoining us for a compelling panel discussion!
Replay - On Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 5 p.m. EST, Young Media Critics talk with Frank W. Baker, media literacy education consultant and author about the importance of medial literacy education to children, parents and other concerned adults who work with young people.
Frank W. Baker is a media literacy education consultant and the author of three books, including Media Literacy In the K-12 Classroom (ISTE, 2012). He contributed two chapters to Mastering Media Literacy (Solution Tree, 2014). In November 2013, Frank was a co-recipient of the National Telemedia Council‘s annual Jessie McCanse Award given for individual contributions to the field of media literacy over at least 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @fbaker.
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