ThreeSixty Journalism’s 2020 Digital Media Arts Camp and its high school students’ projects were featured by numerous news outlets. The camp focused on racism as a public health issue and was in partnership with the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota and Padilla.
- KFAI’s “Conversations with Al McFarlane,” featuring ThreeSixty students Aaliyah Demry and Kennedy Rance, plus executive director Chad Caruthers, and Sasha Houston Brown from the Center for Prevention; Aug. 7, 2020
- City Pages, Twin Cities teen journalists take on protests, racism, and living through history
- Indian Country Today, Students use ‘power of storytelling’ to highlight health inequities
- WCCO, ThreeSixty Journalism Camp Tackles Big Topics, Virtually
- FOX 9, Young journalist shares experience covering tumultuous summer in Minneapolis
- FOX 9, SEAD Project provides COVID-19 resources for Southeast Asian communities in Minnesota
- FOX 9, Minneapolis chefs serve Native American elders during COVID-19 pandemic
- FOX 9, Project Food Forest tackles rural food insecurity in southwestern Minnesota
- KSTP, Paul Folger segment on Digital Media Arts Camp
- KARE 11, Aspiring journalists focus on race, health inequities in unique camp
You can view the entire collection of 2020 Digital Media Arts Camp student projects here. Students were supported by volunteer mentors from the University of St. Thomas, Star Tribune, Bellmont Partners, City Pages, Report for America, Under-Told Stories, TPT and WCCO.