According to the National Association for Media Literacy Education, media literacy is the “ability to access, analyze, evaluate and communicate information in a variety of forms-is interdisciplinary by nature.” Media literacy goes beyond just reading and writing and can help youth learn key life skills such as collaboration, communication, responsibility, independence and confidence. Generation Justice’s trainings are conducted and delivered with a social and media justice and reform framework and include interactive and multimedia components that aim to increase knowledge base, foster critical examination of media in various texts including print, audio and digital and utilize media to mobilize key issues important to the communities that GJ youth engage with.
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