Abram Katz speaks to the underlying causes of drug abuse in teens, and offers his perspective on how we can start to build trust.
The goal of the Truth Be Told project is to honor the unique spirit and expression of youth across all cultural and economic divides.
Through this project, we aim to showcase the strength and resiliency held within each one of us, highlighting the beauty and creativity of the human spirit. Because it's time. The truth must be told!
A story about bullying written by a student from Talent Middle School, and performed by Southern Oregon University teaching volunteers enrolled in ONTASC's Digital Storytelling Internship Program.
Culture & Diversity Program, Chiloquin, Oregon
Far West students practicing for their graduation ceremony performance. All music and lyrics created by Far West students.
Directed by Abram Katz
ONTASC Founder and Program Director
Edited by Christopher Lawruk
Demo Reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sEQ0jm2Fe8
Produced by DMC - Southern Oregon University's Digital Media Center
Sponsored by Southern Oregon University
A brief explanation of ONTASC's school-community partnership programs, and how they impact students, teachers, and community.