At the IndyKids Kid Reporter Program Summer Camp, students were guided through an in-depth exploration of media literacy and how to become critical journalists. During the week-long camp, students explored every aspect of producing the IndyKids print newspaper. Students selected topics, interviewed subjects, researched and wrote their articles, learnt about political art, photography and podcasting.
The articles they wrote, featured in our latest newspaper, not only looks at the current policies in migration and mass incarceration, which are separating families, but also how this relates to the long history of separating families in the U.S, through colonization and slavery. IndyKids journalists also looked at the latest teachers strikes and how this is impacting students and their families. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Listen to the podcast IndyKids reporters made about their hopes, dreams, fears and passions.
Special thanks to:
Andrew Mendelson and The Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York(CUNY), Vania Gulston, Avril Robinson, Nicholas Pacheco, Jennifer Dale, Pamela Drayton, The New York Times, Sophie Butcher, Kathryn Roach, Suzanne Mizeski, Laura Gottesdiener and Democracy Now! Pulitzer Center, Hannah Berk, Alexis Lambrou, Kristin Oliver, Britt Hamre, Kaitlin Cuskey, Edith Penty, Frank Reynoso, Marguerite Dabaie, Rachael Bongiorno, Jessica Bal, Nia Mitchell, Simin Farkhondeh, Clara Ibarra, Renee Feltz, Adedayo Perkovich, Soledad Aguilar-Colon, and Sophia Rothman.
Stay Tuned! Journalism Youth Summer Camp 2020.
At: The Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY
To receive information on when our enrollment opens email email@example.com
Early bird discount available!