Teens Protest Negative Media

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An estimated 500 youth gathered in Times Square recently to protest the cultural degradation, which they say, is quickly destroying their culture.

Dubbed RECREATE ’08, which was the first Teen Mania event in 2008, also encouraged the students to use their gifts—writing, fashion design and Web design—in positive ways to help affect change in the media.

“With the Internet at your fingertips you don’t need a multimillion dollar broadcast facility to get your message out to the world,” Ron Luce, founder of Teen Mania said addressing young people. “So go, do that, and shape your generation rather than basically being a culture zombie doing what the culture tells you to do.”


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