NEW ORLEANS PROGRAM
Jyiah Day Age:12
Whose Magazine at Lower 9th Ward
Light Christian Academy. 2018 - 2019
Grade: 7 Luther High School
Welcome to Whose Magazine? A Youth Publication with The Recycle Challenge. I'm one of the many magazine writers to contribute to this upcoming issue for 2023 - 2024..
I live in Gramercy, Louisiana, about an hour's drive from New Orleans, Louisiana. My community is around 3,000 people and its history dates back to its Indian and French settlement and trading post.
I’m currently learning to speak Japanese and Korean. A few of my goals for the future are to improve how I do things and to not give up on something I'm set on. Being a writer has me stepping out of my comfort zone. Oh, I happen to love anything around or with music! One of my dreams - do something involving music.
Podcast #1 17:42 mins
2/27/21 Black History
Podcast #3 11:08 mins
3/29/21 Recycling & Rosa Park
Podcast #4 21:08
Podcast #5 10:12 mins
THE RECYCLE CHALLENGE for Whose magazine? A Youth Publication receives front from Chic Nouvelle Model & Talent
May 2021 to April 23, 2022
A grant from Ya' Heard Me & TANDEM ED Grant was awarded to CHIC NOUVELLE MODEL and forwarded to WHOSE MAGAZINE? THE RECYCLE CHALLENGE. The global initiative asks artists, students, and everyday people to complete one action or task, or product that produces an art piece of trash. Trash can be paper, plastic, and anything at your home or office that you will recycle or repurpose. The finished items such as wearable paper dresses, hats and crowns reduced trash destined for landfills. Reducing each artist's carbon footprint.
See the year 2021 to present timelines with videos tracing the experiences of events and activities.
WHOSE MAGAZINE? New Orleans
2018 to present (pilot program)
The first of Whose Magazine aka Literacy Project International began in 1998 in Commerce City, Colorado. The 11x17 large-format publication appeared every three years in a stylish product, written and produced mainly by youth. The New Orleans issue is different, it includes collaborations of youth, parents, and adults. From its workshop enrichment programming, all material is edited and presented in the final magazine. It showcases a literal roadmap of where and how participants have collected wisdom and self-renewed confidence.
Literacy Project International aka whose magazine? A YOUTH PUBLICATION
RECEIVES GRANT FOR SMART ART OF TRASH
YSA (Youth Service America)
Tapestry Collection by Hilton
Spark The Arts
Pilot program for New Orleans worked with
*Mary Coghill Elementary School - 2018 Short-term in the classroom
*Adrika - Integrated into classroom 2018- - 2019
* Light Christian Academy - Integrated in classroom with teachers August 2018 - February 2019
Whose News for black pearl marketplace PODCAST
2019 to 7/7/21
Created during COVID 19, as a way to provide support to youth and their families in New Orleans and Denver, Colorado.
THE GREEN JOURNEY SERIES @ ST. ROCH MARKET
COVID 2019 ceased program transferred to THE RECYCLE CHALLENGE
This Second Saturday featured Papa Curtis from Casa Samba teaching youth how to play drums made from recycled materials. The art market featured children learning to do paper layering in a dress, and participated in making Christmas ornaments of paper. The market has not been scheduled. THE RECYCLE CHALLENGE has addressed the purpose and concerns.
behind the scenes with families and youth
June 15, 2019 YouTube 1 hour session
Join from New Orleans Madison & Mason, and from Denver, Colorado Jade, Na'La & Trinity with parents along with grandparents discuss growth in youth and feedback.
whose magazine? A YOUTH PUBLICATION (New Orleans)
*COMMUNITY TRASH PICKUP
GENTILLY MAIL & COPY CENTER
Wesley Barrow Stadium in the Pontchartrain Park Neighborhood. This central location held the press conference with special guest Councilwomen Cyndi Ngyuen. And then the community trash pickup.
Three schools participated: Adrinkra & Light Christian Academy including administrators, youth, and parents.
whose magazine? A YOUTH PUBLICATION (DENVER,COLORADO)
1998 to 2010
Beginning in 1998 in Commerce City, Colorado, in the Adams County School District. The magazine started as Who's Magazine? and the non-profit was The Entertainment Project and changed to Whose Magazine aka The LiteracyProject International in 1999. Madera joined the volunteer program through the government called CARENET AmeriCorps and served two terms. During her time at Kearney Middle School as her base, she worked with a majority of the elementary to high schools within the school district to successfully introduce twelve in-school and after-school programming. In addition to a summer camp that attracted local and national professionals. The main products were an impressive11x17 large-format publication, that appeared annually, photography by kids sold prints and greeting cards.