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Press Release: Organizations Join Forces to Purchase Center for Community Arts & Activism

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Media Release Friday, September 14, 2012 Contact: Klee Benally sileiproject@gmail.com www.oybm.org/silei Organizations Join Forces to Purchase Center for Community Arts & Activism Contributions Needed...

Uranium PSA

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Outta Your Backpack Media & Navajo Waters Uranium Project have teamed up to host a free after-school workshop on making a Public Service Announcement (PSA) about uranium mining and its impacts on our communities. ...

OYBMer’s on their way to Seattle SuperFly!

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Greetings! OYBM'ers have headed out to Seattle with your support! Thank you to everyone who donated funds to get us to Seattle, WA for the 7th Annual SuperFly Filmmaking workshop. Follow us on Facebook too!

OYBM: Growing, Moving, and Building in 2010!

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We are so excited to jump into 2010! It’s already been a very busy year for the OYBM collective! We started off the New Year by hosting a one-day workshop for High School students from Northpoint in Prescott, AZ. ...

OYBMedia Releases 19 Short Films on DVD!

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  Outta Your Backpack Media (OYBMedia) has released a DVD of 19 short films made by Indigenous youth. The videos in this compilation were almost all made during our 2007-2008 workshops. Some of the videos were made i...

How Does Uranium Impact U? Tell Your Story PSA Workshop!

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  Outta Your Backpack Media & Navajo Waters Uranium Project have teamed up to host a free after-school workshop on making a Public Service Announcement (PSA) about uranium mining and it's impacts on our communi...

September Workshop Postponed – Visit us at the County Fair!

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OYBM will be screening films at the Coconino County Fair Sat. Sept 5th! http://www.coconino.az.gov/parks.aspx?id=480

Last minute push for support to purchase community center!

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Ya'a'teeh, We are in the last few moments of our push to raise funds to purchase the community center and we're almost there! As of this morning we have about $2000 left to go! We have one supporter who has also o...

Happy New Years from OYBM – Support Needed for the New Year!

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Outta Your Backpack Media: 5 Years at our Media Center and New Levels of Excitement! We need your support for Indigenous Youth Media Justice, please contribute today! OYBM-2012-2013 PROJECT REPORT/PROPOSAL (NOTE...

Thanks Taking

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On a calm day in 1492 something happened... Produced at an Outta Your Backpack Media workshop fall '08.

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/OYBM Media Center: Celebrating Two Years and New Location, 
Community Support Needed!

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Two years ago community members and an Indigenous youth empowerment media collective called "Outta Your Backpack Media" (OYBM) came together with a vision to establish a space that cultivates active resistance to capi...

POSTPONED UNTIL DECEMBER! We Are Media 3.0! November 23, 2012 – Flagstaff, AZ

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POSTPONED UNTIL DECEMBER!  Please stay tuned for the new date.   Outta Your Backpack Media presents: 3rd annual Independent & youth Media Extravaganza. November 23, 2012 At OYBM Media Center &...

Film Premiere! In the Footsteps of Yellow Woman

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Halne’e Productions and Outta Your Backpack Media Present In the Footsteps of Yellow Woman A Film by Camille Manybeads Tso September 11, 2009 7:00pm Taala Hooghan Infoshop and Youth Media Arts Center 192...

“Legend of the Weresheep” New Video from the 09 Fall Workshop!

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A sheep drinks water from a toxic factory and turns into a zombie. Made at Outta Your Backpack Media's Fall '09 workshop by Indigenous Youth. [nggallery id=7]