The Global RE@CH Media Festival (Revolutionizing Expression @ The Clubhouse) is the signature platform for Clubhouse member media. The Festival encourages youth from around the world to express themselves about issues that are important to them. Participants create media that describe their personal experiences and gives voice to their ideas, feelings, and concerns. In addition, youth gain exposure through exhibition opportunities that showcase their perspectives.
When you make a choice, you have to give up one thing (an opportunity) to get another thing that you want or need more. For that reason, when we take decisions, we must give priority to the fundamentals of living. Things that have no price today and make us better persons.
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This is an audio perspective talking the dangers of my neighborhood. In my story, I talk about an incident, dealing with a gang, while on my way to AM/PM with my cousin. Background music was provided by Daniel Flores, 15, to add effect. Background vocals was provided by Robert Morales, 17, and Derek Schaffer, 15, to add to the story.
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YouTube Links: (ESPANOL) https://youtu.be/73VAbt5NzIU (ENGLISH) https://youtu.be/AJbCi2CfZdk English: This project shows the way that life can bring you down. There is always hope, a way to get back on the "cart of life." To feel like the world is on your side, and it wants you to succeed. This 360 video is a metaphor about the challenges of a youth's life. - Anthony Barreto Español: Este proyecto muestra que la vida te puede ser cruel pero siempre ahy esperanza. siempre ahy una forma de subirse en el carro y continuar con tu vida. sentir que el mudo esta de tu lado denuevo y quiere que tengas exito. - Anthony Barreto
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To view video at its highest quality please use the link below.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7Zr4q-qRXE&feature=youtu.be A music visual of the song "Trap or Grow" that me and a few other members of our clubhouse worked on. It was a partnership between the Tech Center and another organization me and my friends work for called Appetite for Change, where our mission is to use food as a tool for health, wealth, and social change. We decided to make this video for our end of the year project, using the song and video to encourage young people to grow their own food and make healthy lifestyle choices. The chorus poses the question "is you gon trap, or you gon grow?". The true meaning of this phrase is.... Are you going to TRAP? - Get trapped in the environment that surrounds you, or are you going to GROW - Grow your own food, your body, your skills, your career, your life. The video displays options and connotations of both "Trapping" and "Growing". The song was written, recorded, and produced by me and the other youth featured on the track Aaliyah (Me) - Chorus and First Verse Arieana - 2nd Verse Armand - 3rd Verse Princess Ann - 4th Verse We thought of the concept, locations, and wardrobe ourselves. After that, we reached out to Tez (New School Media) who is another member of the Tech Center @ Hope Community. He filmed, directed, and edited the video. Hope you like it!
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The Clubhouse Network is an international community of more than 100 Clubhouses located in 19 countries, providing youth with life-changing opportunities for 25 years.
Each Clubhouse provides a creative, safe, and free out-of-school learning environment where young people from underserved communities work with adult mentors to explore their own ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology.