October 23, 2002

YAAAMS: Raising Questions & Voices

[ From Cecily (who continues to intrigue and inform, even during her hiatus from the web) ] :

YAAAMS - Young African-Americans Against Media Stereotypes

We have created this Web site for the purpose of raising questions, provoking thoughts, and exposing differences (subtle or blatant) concerning the treatment of African-Americans in the media. It is imperative that changes be made to ensure that African-Americans receive equal exposure and have a say in their future image.

Posted by ronn at October 23, 2002 08:22 AM

What is going on with the YAAAMS website? It seems to have interference from another site. When I go to the site at www.yaaams.org, I get some weird 18th century art and blank pages???? Please let me know what the problem is because I really enjoy this website and think it is such an innovative and well needed site for expressing ideas on African Americans in the media. Thank you. Posted by: Katina Irvin on May 3, 2003 04:12 PM
Whenever I try to go to the website, I get linked to Amazon.com instead. Whassup? Posted by: Kevin on May 5, 2003 07:57 PM
I ain't part of YAAAMS, don't know what to tell y'all. Posted by: ronn on May 10, 2003 12:59 PM
if you haveing trouble finding the Yaaams.org website i found a site that has its link there. the Web site is: Racism/anti-racism web sites of interest to social workers, go there and you will find the link for the website there Posted by: Tamula Denton on September 8, 2003 02:23 AM
yaaams had an identity crisis...the name was changed from org to com,but now it is back to org. thanks Posted by: kristal on September 10, 2003 01:44 PM
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