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Grants of $20,000 to New Mexico nonprofit organizations for media projects that benefit minority teen girls. Funding is intended to support the production of media projects researching topics related to healing and gender justice that engage girls between the ages of 10 and 21. Projects may employ the medium of video, audio, animation, drawing, painting, or photography, or some combination of those mediums.
Objectives Of The 2020 Adolescent Girls Of Color Multimedia Research Project
Through this funding cycle, NMW.O is seeking to partner with non-profit organizations that focus on community-based media production with a gender and social justice lens. Specifically, this RFP invites organizations that have worked with youth of color and are able to convene a group of adolescent girls of color to facilitate a multimedia research project centering their knowledge and experiences. By multimedia, the Foundation means video, audio, animation, drawing, painting, photography or some combination of those mediums. The themes, key research questions, medium and methods will be chosen by the girls who will also conduct the multimedia-based research. With help and support where needed, the content would be compiled into a final product, the the format and design of which will be decided by the girls. The intent would be for the final product to be shared with the broader community and potentially used by NMW.O in its gender justice work, with permission and credit. Should applicants wish to partner or collaborate with organizations serving girls of color statewide, NMW.O has grantee partners who may be open to collaboration.
The Objectives of This Funding Cycle Are to:
The Foundation defines adolescence as the transitional phase of growth and development between childhood and adulthood. Drawing on the World Health Organization (WHO) and others, it defines an adolescent as any person between the ages of 10 and 21. NMW.O takes an intersectional approach when defining adolescent girls of color, which is inclusive of transgender, two-spirited, and gender nonconforming or non-binary adolescents and youth.
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Grants will be awarded to two organizations in 2020.
Grants of $20,000 will be awarded in 2020, with a likelihood of regranting at the same level in 2021.
Grants will be awarded in 2020, with a likelihood of regranting at the same level in 2021.
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