“The Free Spirit Media Effect” was created in conjunction with Free Spirit Media’s InPathways Cohort, Youth Council and our amazing partners and staff. It premiered on May 30, 2019 at FOCUS 2019.
PSA focusing on the effects of how familial stress can impact schoolwork and mental health.
HoopsHIGH’s take on Peer Pressure.
In response to the Mercy Hospital Shooting in November 2018. In-School participants advocate against gun violence.
This PSA focuses on the effects of CyberBullying.
In this PSA, FSM News Reporter, Summer Walton, reminds us to not let others steer you away from making positive choices when going back to school.
In this PSA, FSM News Reporter, Devon Stephens, touches on positive alternatives to violence.
In this segment, our students talk about the importance of diversity in college.
In this PSA we present you three different scenarios and we ask you, "Which one is rape?" Created by Free Spirit Media teens at the Nichols Tower site in Chicago, IL. Crew: Iverson, Detavionna, Anna, Valeria, Emanuel
In this PSA, Free Spirit Media teen journalists at the Gary Comer Youth Center tackle the recent clown epidemic. Produced by Shaunice DuPont, Britney Martin, and Eva Nash.
In this PSA, Free Spirit Media teen journalists at the Gary Comer Youth Center warn of the dangers of texting and driving. Produced by Lamond Hopkins, Zaharia Safforld, and Dajah Reese
This Free Spirit Media PSA was produced by a group of students from North Lawndale College Prep on the West Side of Chicago. The production was supported by Project Safe Neighborhood. It was awarded the 2010 Chicago Midwest Emmy for Public Service Announcement.
Free Spirit Media News discusses positive image and the dangers of meth.
What does violence do to a community? What does peace do to the community?
PSA examining what happens when anger can lead to bad choices
Free Spirit Media News discusses superstitions and the changes to CTA bus routes.
Produced by Free Spirit Media journalism students at the Gary Comer Youth Center.
The effects of violence. In partnership with Umoja.
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