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Street-Level Youth Media is a non-profit, media arts literacy organization serving Chicago's youth.  We teach audio engineering, mixing, video production, digital photography, online journalism, and more.  If you are between the ages of 12 through 24, all of our programs and services are free.

If you live in Chicago and are between 12 - 24 years old, come take part in one or all of our media arts programs, book a private studio session, use our computer lab or join one of our clubs.  We also host an open-mic on the first Friday of each month.  

Indiana, Arkansas Governors OK Changes to Religious Objections Legislation

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Indiana, Arkansas Governors OK Changes to Religious Objections Legislation

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Bella Larby Indiana lawmakers, in response to massive backlash aimed at the recent Religious Freedom Restoration Act, are proposing amendments to the law that would make discrimination based on aspects such as race, religion, sexual orientation and gender identity legal. Anger erupted when the initial bill was signed, as many felt it would allow businesses to discriminate against people based on religious beliefs. While some supporters of LGBT rights see the proposed amendments as a step in the right direction, others are not as satisfied and are demanding further protection for people within the LGBT community.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/chi-indiana-law-discrimination-20150402-story.htmlchi-indiana-lawmakers-unveil-changes-to-new-law-20150402