The Street Team (ST) is a growing group of projects created for young people. They are designed to build on the compatibility between scholarship, activism and civic engagement. Mainly through Middle, High School and College youth; they work with professionals and elders to more effectively bond their differences and similarities to the world through media. We Have Two Street Teams, HD in HD and INNW.
Street Team HD in HD
HD in HD (History Day in High Definition) is youth in videos asking a history question about America every Friday on the Registry’s FaceBook (FB) page. The first correct answer in the FB comment bar wins a gift card for music, literature or media from participating sponsors or retailers. All other correct answers qualify for a similar monthly Grand Prize.
HD in HD Features: Accessible Learning Through video clips, youth from all over the country ask factual questions about America’s Black experience. HD in HD is a weekly engaging, interactive space for ALL students of all ages to show their knowledge and win.
HD in HD Advantages: Interactive education with acclaim for timely study (winning)!
HD in HD Benefits: HD in HD is a constant consistent educational opportunity. Youth stimulate Registry visitors to improve their reading and research skills. This is done through a vast interest area and their investigative abilities.
HD in HD Purpose: To have young people offer:
1. Weekly access to information research
2. Broader American stories to discover and learn from
3. Awards for timely competence
4. Give youth a voice
For more information contact our office, 612-822-6831 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Street Team INNW
ST (INNW) stands for If Not Now When. It is a project where African American youth ages 8 thru 18 and our elders connect with youth from other races, cultures and their elders in their community and preserve their experiences.
Features: Bonding people to recognize their value more and learn about others through video recorded dialogue.
Advantages: Bridging generational and racial gaps with honest Q&A and discussions creating relationships.
Benefits: ST INNW is an educational opportunity. We instruct youth on how to improve their reading, writing and verbal skills. This is done through their research and preparation of their interviews and their presentations. They produce their story!
Purpose: The ST INNW project instructs youth!
1. Life/Leadership Skills,
2. Relationship Development,
3. Reading, Writing and Oral Presentation.
Youth who excel through can present their experience in Video for one year on this page. For more information contact our office for more details, 612-822-6831 or email us at email@example.com.