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Announcement Jul 17, 2013

New America Media invites you to explore the scope of our youth media work via YouthWire.org, a new one-stop portal to NAM’s statewide network of youth and community media outlets. More »

Video Feb 28, 2012

Video: A young man's confession of phone snatching on the streets in the Bay Area. More »

Video Oct 19, 2011

Video: William Haynes, 17, confesses he’s been a soda drinker his whole life. Although he doesn’t plan on giving up soda for good, he says he has been substituting more water and juice for soda to prevent health risks he’s learned are linked to high soda consumption. More »

Audio Aug 08, 2011

Audio: This week on YO!Radio -- for backpack packed college students e-books make the grade, youth friendly MTV turns 30, and one Black youth from Oakland enters the world of Chinese opera. More »

Announcement Aug 01, 2011

Announcement Enter our WHY SODA SUCKS contest! Come up with a creative way explaining why you think soda sucks and win some big bucks! More »

Profile Jul 26, 2011

Profile Rasheed A. Goldring, a native Washingtonian has penned his first book titled, "19 Years In The Universe". The Howard University student is taking a major leap from the college campus, to the world of contemporary writing. More »

Audio Jul 22, 2011

Audio: This week on YO!Radio -- a famous sports star strips down in support of gay rights, and from North Richmond to San Francisco's Bayview, bloodshed stains the cement with an unfortunate series of murders. More »

Rebecca Black Strikes Back

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia

Audio Jul 16, 2011

Audio: This week on YO!Radio -- Rebecca Black, infamous for her viral song Friday, is slanted to release a new single, sagging suit gets dropped, and one marine scores a date with a cinema scarlet. More »

Commentary Jul 16, 2011

Commentary: As the end to the Harry Potter movie series comes to a close, this final installment is major landmark for those who grew up reading the series. More »

Video Jul 07, 2011

Video: Richmond's RYSE Center hosted the LOVE to LOVE YOURSELF BLACKOUT PARTY!. The event was held to support folks from the L.G.B.T.Q. community and support pride month. Sean Shavers and Alicia Marie are content producers for YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia. More »

 

Yo! Studio

  • After the tragic death of their husband and father Jeffrey Chen to Black on Asian Violence, the Chen Family began to encourage others to speak out. More »
  • Project Youth Connect, an organization that works with youth, parents, and teachers to acquire free resources, hosted an event in Oakland to encourage young people to utilize their resources. More »
  • Recently, a group of young video producers came to the New America Media office to do a video profile on The Beat Within. More »
  • Our desire for wealth and fame has intrigued American society for ages. Today, young people hope to grab on to the tailcoats of fame monster. More »
  • After almost a decade-long wait, the citizens of Richmond, Calif., witnessed the reopening of a historic landmark—the 80-year-old Richmond Plunge swimming pool. More »
  • The Class of 2010 Omega Boys Club graduate give special thanks to their instructors for their hard work and positive influence. More »
  • The mission of the Take Wings Foundation is to build self esteem of at-risk girls between the ages of 13-18 living in San Francisco. More »
  • A recent report by the California Endowment states that boys and young men of color are at an increased risk of suffering from poor emotional health because of where they currently reside. More »
 


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