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.


Featured Entries

I Am Who I Am

I Am Who I Am is a spoken word piece that talks about my identity and my experience as a young Latino and American person.The music and the poem was created by myself.

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Masdudu's story

A young girl telling us a her dancing story

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We Dream

Our poem / spoken word piece is about the need to dream in today's world. Some of our circumstances are difficult. We spent an hour watching our world's news and we believe it will take a dream to be successful and make it to our next phase in life. We are dreamers, just like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Amapola

Amapola`s world is in danger. She is looking for a solution and save her friends: The trees who live in the magical forrest. She and her friend "Azulejo" have a good advice to share with us. This could help us save our environment too.

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TERROR EN URAMBA

Hay una entidad maligna en Uramba

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LIFE IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD

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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About The Clubhouse Network

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.