Through My Eyes
8 min 2 sec

High school youth, especially youth of color, are often unfairly labeled as “troublemakers,” and they are discriminated against. Stores limit how many may enter; security guards follow them while they shop. Instead of funding educational programs and providing opportunities for youth, adults create repressive rules and laws that often limit opportunities.

High school youth are not always “doing bad,” and it is hurtful when they experience unwarranted suspicion. Three students express their thoughts and show us why adults should not feel comfortable making assumptions about teenagers.

 
Student Video Projects
2003 - 2004
CRNN: Civil Rights
News Now
Gay Marriage
A Right? Or Wrong?
Where do you go when
your community crumbles?
The Lost Youth
Unfinished Business
You Free?
Through My Eyes
Truth News
2002 - 2003
Education
Let 'em Learn
Youth Violence
Just Try to Stop Us
2001 - 2002
Capital Offense
Eduquality
Old School New School
The Music, The Message
The Right to Side
Reparations
Young Sisters on the Street
¡Si Se Puede!
Orixa Music Video