This documentary provides an overview of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and highlights the urgency of section 5 getting nullified. It features unique perspectives from those involved in the Selma-Montgomery Marches, university professors, and experts on the issue.
Our team received third place at the Soul of Southside Youth Entrepreneurship Competition. Our exhibit was presented to city commissioners, school board members, and state senators. Our team received recognition for the social impact made by our projects.
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, we started a GoFundMe for Tallahassee families impacted by COVID-19. The money our team raised went towards toys, food items, and books.
The 2020 Summit on Children convened leaders across the state of Florida. Our documentary on Youth Poverty in Tallahassee was featured at this event and was viewed by hundreds including members of the Florida state legislature.
In The Press
"What began as a local teenager's internship evolved into a multimedia project highlighting youth poverty...."
"...professional production quality of the Youth Poverty documentary, which features interviews with youths, as well as leaders..."
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