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Fy10 reportv2

  1. 1. Asian Media Access<br />Annual Report FY10<br />July 1st, 2009 – June 30th, 2010<br />
  2. 2. Program Highlights<br />I. Film/Theater Exhibition<br />II. Multi-Media Education<br />III. Media Production<br />IV. Media Technology<br />V. RICE (Reaching Immigrants with Care & Education)<br />
  3. 3. Program Demographics, part 1<br /># of Family Served: 982 <br /># of Youth Served: 4914<br /># of Youth Employed: 93<br />Gender: Female (32) 53%, Male (28) 47%<br /> Income Level: Eligible for Free Lunch (51) 85%, Reduced Lunch (9): 15%<br /> Ethnicity: African American (10) 17%, Asian American (49) 78%, Caucasian (2) 3%, and Other (1) 2%<br /> Area of Residency (60): 100% at the Empowerment Zone<br />
  4. 4. Program Demographics, part 2<br />Risk Factors among Youth Employed (Multiple Selections)<br />· At Risk of Gang Involvement (31) - 33% <br />·      At Risk of Runaway/Homelessness (33) - 35%<br />·      At Risk of Substance Abuse (20) - 26%<br />·      English Language learners (49) - 53%<br />·      Six or More Persons in the Household (55) - 59%<br />
  5. 5. These Talented Youth We Served<br />
  6. 6. Great Products They Produced<br />Video Program: 7 Original Dramas<br />RadioASIA - total 94 Radio Programs, including 10 Announcements, 21/5min ESL programs, 30/3hr Morning Shows, 12/30min Personal Live Show, 20/LIVE Taste of ASIA (DJ Show), and 1/1hr Storytelling.<br />Stage Dance/Theater Production: 14<br />Postcards Designed: (94), Fact Sheets (43) (Focusing on Body Image, Substance Abuse, Runaways, and Teenage Pregnancy)<br />Writings: 2010 Youth Journal - Asian American Settlers in North Minneapolis with 17 interviews and 180+ pages video scripts<br />
  7. 7. Program AMA OffersI. Film/Performance Exhibition<br />2009 August, Multi-media Performance - ”Four Winds” at Fringe Festival<br />2009 October, Asian Youth Video Exhibition<br />2010 March, Asian Funniest Video Awards<br />2010 May, Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month Film Exhibition, Pan Asian Dance Festival<br />Temporarily on hold for annual Chinese Film Showcase and Asian Children's Film Festival<br />
  8. 8. Fringe Festival - Four Winds<br />
  9. 9. Youth Video Exhibition<br />
  10. 10. Program AMA OffersII. Media Education<br />2009 Summer Youth Employment Program (STEP UP and Special Youth Initiative), with daily employment, media and performing arts training<br />2009 Oct., Youth Leadership Camp<br />2010 March, Mentorship Opportunity with NAAAP (National Association of Asian American Professionals)<br />On-going Multi-media Arts Training at area high schools<br />Weekly Youth Media Force training at AMA<br />
  11. 11. 2009 Youth Employment Program<br />
  12. 12. 2009 Youth Leadership Camp<br />
  13. 13. Program AMA OffersIII. Media Production<br />Angels in the Swampland, a 15-min animation <br />Radio ASIA (Asian Station in America) 106.1 HD 3, 24hour radio programming and web streaming<br />East Meets West - Youth in Charge cable TV monthly series<br />Methamphetamine (Meth) Prevention Campaign for AAPI community<br />Youth produced educational materials around body image, substance abuse, teenage pregnancy, and runaway prevention for peer-to-peer education<br />
  14. 14. Radio ASIA 106.1 HD 3<br />
  15. 15. Pan Asian Dance Festival<br />
  16. 16. Youth Products<br />
  17. 17. Youth Products<br />
  18. 18. Youth Products<br />
  19. 19. Program AMA OffersIV. Media Technology<br />Asian Pacific American Community Network (APA ComMNet) - http://www.apacommnet.org<br />Youth In Charge - http://www.youthincharge.org<br />
  20. 20. Asian Pacific American Community Network (APA ComMNet)<br />Led by Asian Media Access, Asian Pacific American Community Network (APAComMNet) coalition has consisted of 12 community agency partners, as well as youths, parents and community leaders. <br /> APAComMNet serves as a catalyst to develop and support the innovative use of network technology for the relevant needs and perspectives of Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPIs). <br /> APAComMNet coalition utilizes online, interactive, digital network technology to expand the reach, and improve health, civics and social service delivery for AAPIs. This mission has been accomplished through education, community organizing, radio broadcasting and an interactive audio/video streaming website. <br />
  21. 21. APA ComMNet Website<br />
  22. 22. Youth In Charge<br />Youth In Charge is the blog website that exhibits the products that youth have produced, including videos, photographs, postcards, poetries, and other media and written materials on different topics and subjects. The Site welcomes participation, to critique works; and write comments, in order to inspire constructive dialogs of concerned issues and improve the understanding cross the borders.<br />
  23. 23. Youth In Charge Website<br />
  24. 24. Program AMA OffersV. R.I.C.E. (Reaching Immigrants with Care & Education)<br />What About Us - is a project designed by a core group of Pan Asian teen girls to support issues that affect AAPI girls and women. Its mission is to change the community perceptions about runaways and gender inequalities, to prevent Pan Asian girls from sexual violence and teen pregnancy, and develop a youth network to address such issues.<br />Ramen Ya - is a Transitional Living Program to support homeless youth ages 16 through 21 with up to 18 months housing and training opportunities.<br />
  25. 25. What About Us<br />
  26. 26. Ramen Ya (the Noodle House)<br />Ramen Ya – the Noodle House is a<br />Transitional Living Program (TLP) to support homeless youth ages 16 through 21, it provides training and counseling services that prepare our young people for independent livings; and offers 6 beds for runaway and homeless Asian American & Pacific Islanders (AAPI) girls, for a safe, dignified living. Ramen Ya creates a nurturing environment of safety, equality, and self-respect for all youth, and provides a wide range of culturally and linguistically appropriate services reflect the youth's needs, and allows flexibility for the youth to choose the course of action that is best for them.<br />
  27. 27. Ramen Ya TLP Housing Site<br />
  28. 28. Thanks for a GREAT Year !!!<br />Asian Media Access<br />2418 Plymouth Ave., N., MN 55411<br />amamedia@amamedia.org<br />www.amamedia.org<br />

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