Ethnic Media by Press Pass TV

March 16, 2010 at 3:02 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

The young media makers at Press Pass TV take a look at the importance of ethnic media in Boston.  (Click on the image to see the video.)

From the Press Pass TV site:  For 5 years, Press Pass TV has gathered some of the brightest and most dedicated minds in media to work with youth. With humble beginnings in an after school program at the Dearborn Middle School in Roxbury, Press Pass TV has become and integral part of the community, serving young people throughout the city and increasing the capacity of organizations and schools throughout Greater Boston.  For more information visit

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  1. To whom it may concern. My name is Tracy L. Brown. I am the Executive Director of the Fair Housing Center of Greater Boston. I am requesting a show discussing Fair Housing. Approximatley 50% of Blacks and Latinos are denied rental and sales based on their race. Approximately 30% of families with children are denied rental housing based on their familial status. I would like to discuss discrimination in housing for minorities and minority families with children. Moreover, the Boston area is losing thousands of affordable housing, which will displace low to moderate families of color, disabled communities, etc. from affordable housing. I think this is a much needed topic to discuss. April is Fair Housing Month. On April 30 2010, the Fair HOusing Center of Greater Boston is housing its 12th Annual Fair Housing Month Celebration. Our guest speaker is The Honorable Ron Sims, Deputy HUD Secretary. We will also be hosting our “Open Doors” Award Ceremony. The late Senator Edward Kennedy is on the awardees. There will be a special tribute to Senator Kennedy. Joseph P. Kennedy III will be accept the award on behalf of the Kennedy family. You can reach me at or 617-399-0491 x 102. I think people need to know where to go if they are being discriminated against in housing. We provide complaint and systemic based testing to determine discrimination.

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