We ask kids to speak up to build a more equitable world. Kids need outlets to speak up and be heard, and they need safe places to practice using digital tools. Our culture often devalues the voices of youth, especially BIPOC youth. As a result, we work with students not to teach them creativity, but to amplify the creativity that is already within them. We do this by teaching digital media skills, coaching students on script writing, and finding outlets for kids to be louder. Scroll down to learn more.
Learn how to create and broadcast audio content with your students.
K-12 teachers in New Orleans
Deadline to apply is October 1st
This school year, Be Loud is offering a fellowship experience for NOLA based educators interested in producing one audio project with their classroom. The program will run from November to May (schedule is TBD). Each participant will receive $500 worth of recording equipment for their classroom and a personal stipend ($1000) upon completing their project.
A weekly program that takes middle schoolers across NOLA to record.
1750 St Bernard Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116
Be Loud Radio is a free program designed for DJs in 5th-8th ready to take their radio skills to the next level. The program will run every Saturday morning from 1000AM to 1200PM. We will be primarily working out of the 826 Writing Center (map here), but will also leave the building regularly for field reports, outdoor recording challenges, and to visit our friends at 102.3FM.