May 22, 2012
YJI fosters the ideas that it is a good thing to be a well-written, well-informed, etc., world citizen (for lack of a better word; it's called Youth Journalism International for a reason). It provides an outlet of expression for those who wish it, and some great writing for those who wish to read it. While quite a few articles (just a bit much to me) involve pop culture, the serious side of journalism, the quirky side of it, and somewhat longish form journalism have all been presented as well. It's hard to understand how the folks who work so hard for YJI, who've founded it and pretty much dedicated themselves to it since 1994, have received such little recognition for this - when they deserve so much more.
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