Phase One of Project
One: one love. one mic. one song. a success!!!
Don’t miss your chance to attend the remaining Music & Dialogue sessions!
Over one hundred L.A. County youth have already plugged into Project: One’s Music
& Dialogue Sessions featuring performances from conscious artists and human relations
discussions with youth from across the County. On January 24, 2009, Project: One
kicked off in Watts at the Maxine Waters Employment Preparation Center with guest
artists Medusa, Mike the Poet and Grammy Award winning song writer KC Porter!!!
The following Saturday, January 31, downtown Long Beach experienced a flood of conscious
music with artists Noelle Skaggs, J-Dubbs and Def Jam Poet Ise Lyfe! Check out our
slideshow and performance videos! SHOUT OUT to all the artists who have come through
to share their art and life stories with L.A. County youth!
Contrary to stereotypes about Generation Y’s music taste - it’s not all about the
bling. In the breakout discussions, youth reported out they want to hear music with
passion, truth, creativity, spirituality, politics and realness. Youth are also
using innovative media strategies to creatively contrast mainstream consumer culture
with their own original work. Project: One’s Music & Dialogue Sessions are free
spaces for youth to hear from conscious artists, professional song writers, engage
around social justice issues and cultivate positive intergroup relations between
L.A. County youth. Some but not all issues raised in the first two dialogues include:
sexism, xenophobia, homophobia, classism, domestic violence, politics of the music
industry, child labor and war. We have much more to dialogue about and we want to
hear from you!!!
Keep checking for updates at the
Project One Web Site and don’t hesitate to call or email your questions:
213.974.7615 or email@example.com
The Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations has been in existence for over
60 years working to improve the way different groups of people get along in L.A.
County . We believe young people possess the keys to unlock a future free from hate
and discrimination and we want YOU to get involved! Whether you’re a young person,
teacher, parent, guardian or community member, sign up today and make social change
in L.A. County a part of your reality. It’s zerohour: the time to act is now!
NO HATERS HERE VIDEO
Under the direction of Mr. Cheeseborough, Media Arts Teacher at Jordan High School
and founder of the Media Aid Center in South Central Los Angeles, high school students
from south central L.A. covered all of the Phase one Music and Dialogue sessions
as budding filmmakers and videographers.. Check our more about the Media Aid Center
PROJECT ONE SYNOPSIS
Calling on L.A. County
youth ages 14-18 --
Rappers, Mcees, Singers, Songwriters, Poets, Beat Makers, and Musicians -- We Want
Project One aims to promote social justice
through music and encourage LA County youth to promote peace while speaking out
against racism, sexism, homophobia, xenophobia, poverty and overall hatred towards
What: Project: One, a county-wide search for musically talented
youth, ages 14-18.
Who: Calling on all Rappers, Mcees,
Singers, Songwriters, Poets, Beat Makers, and Musicians.
When: Phase 1: "Music
sessions, where youth learn the power of using knowledge, consciousness and life's
experience into the music they produce. Hosted by Human Relation Specialists and
professional recording artists and producers. You must attend at least one Phase
1 session to apply and qualify for Phase 2.
All sessions are FREE!
Teens Make A Difference Day 2009 is a countywide program coordinated by the Los
Angeles County Commission on Human Relations’ to encourage and support teens/youth
organizations, schools, religious institutions, and government agencies with their
efforts to engage teens in planning and implementing a one-time or on-going self-initiated
and self-organized volunteer community service projects in the community.
The L.A. County Commission on Human Relations is coordinating Teens Make A Difference
Day 2009 on Saturday, October 24, 2009 in collaboration with Los
Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation, L.A. City Department of Recreation
and Parks, L.A. Unified School District Health Education Programs, and L.A. Unified
School District Beyond the Bell Branch.
For more infomation and rules, please view this
PDF FACT SHEET. and this list of
By: Mesha Carr
G is for Gay, S is for straight, and A is for Alliance. The GSA, (Gay Straight Alliance)
is a safe space for all LGBTQ students and their friends/allies to come share their
experiences. Whether you have questions that need to be answered, I think that you
might be interested in the same sex, or just need to make new friends who share
similar views; the GSA is the place to be! Despite the rumors, this Is Not the "