Media Done Responsibly

Media Done Responsibly is a media leadership program providing healthy media and lifestyle alternatives to teens by training them to be critical thinkers, decision makers, conscious consumers and creators of media in the Digital Age.


2 Submitted Ideas

  • LEARN ·2022 Grants Challenge

    Media Literacy for Mental Health!

    MDR provides education, voice and agency to youth change-makers. We use a 3-pillar approach. Media literacy supports mental health by empowering young people with tools to navigate the 12+ hours of media they consume daily; media production empowers marginalized artists to share stories of their humanity; and media advocacy builds community through art and civil dialogues.

  • LEARN ·2015 Grants Challenge

    Linking Middle High School & College Students through Humanity Centered Media

    The goal is to follow the progress of our teens throughout high school, into college, and into their careers, providing middle and high school students with college role models, and providing college students with internship opportunities and professional skill development. Our proposal is to launch a 9-month Common Core aligned media education curriculum with local schools, giving their students an opportunity to work with our university media students to produce PSAs, short films, commercial