Project: Green Screen - Community Gardens

Visit the Green Screen-Community Gardens Project Website

In Summer 2014 Deep Dish TV's Waves of Change project
recruited and trained 7 young women , in a media project that focused on the positive use of green spaces in community gardens in West Harlem, NY City. The project tells some of the untold stories of these precious places and the people who give them life. In 1990, Dee Dee Halleck, a Deep Dish TV co-founder, produced a six part TV series, entitled Green Screen, addressing environmental issues. The new Green Screen provides a really wonderful experience of creativity, youthful energy and insight, Please visit The Green Screen Website. Waves of Change</>  is a web site, a global interactive map, and a trusted source for community media around the world.  With over a million and half unique visitors, Waves of Change is used by community media makers world-wide.

The Team
Yanni Young photo YanniYoung_zps7a664a73.jpg Melissa Hernandez photo MelissaHernandez_zpsf2485bba.jpg Meilyn Delgado photo MeilynDelgado_zps6109b639.jpg

------------Yanni Young-------------------------Melissa Hernandez ----------------------Meilyn Delgado

Kia Thomas photo KiaThomas_zps9e0386ec.jpg Danielle Bagley photo DanielleBagley_zps0229e3b4.jpg Beatrice Genfi photo BeatriceGenfi_zps5c067a96.jpg

------------Kia Thomas-------------------------Danielle Bagley ----------------------Beatrice Genfi

Ambroisine Agbelor photo AmbroisiseAgbelor_zps21d549fc.jpg

------------Ambrosine Agbelor

Some Pictures From the Gardens
 photo MaggiesGarden_zps3e4cc38b.jpg  photo Garden1_zpsfc964164.jpg  photo Garden2_zps416e87c6.jpg

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