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The mission of IndyKids is to engage young people to become informed world citizens through the production of a current events and social justice news source that is created by kids, for kids.
Today, our work encompasses the free, nationally distributed print edition of the IndyKids newspaper published five times a year, an active website with exclusive articles, interviews, podcasts, open dialogue and resources, workshops for kids to learn journalism and media literacy, and support for educators with teaching guides and classroom visits.
Through our programs, we inspire a passion for social justice and learning to empower the next generation of critical thinkers, community leaders, and journalists.
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I've volunteered as a mentor with IndyKids for two years now, and it's been a very enriching experience. The entire team is mostly made up of volunteers who are very passionate and dedicated to educating kids in critical journalism. All the kids I've mentored have been a pleasure to work with. ...
I have been a mentor with IndyKids for 2 years and experience first hand what a difference this organization makes in the kid reporters' lives. They expand their thinking and their ability to look at news and the world with a new set of values...
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Last school year 2013-2014, I was assigned to teach Media Literacy at PS128M an elementary school preK-5 located in Washington Heights . So, as soon as I got the assignment, I started looking out for resources that would help my students to make a raid into the Media world. And, luckily I found ...
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