Evan Glass Talks About Future Plans for Gandhi Brigade (VIDEO)
In this MyMCMedia Extra, Evan Glass, interim executive director of Gandhi Brigade, talks about the nonprofit’s future and a project to teach cybercivility to Montgomery County teens.
Glass took over helm of the youth media organization after executive director Richard Jaeggi’s died of a brain tumor in May.
Here are five things to know today, Oct. 27, in Montgomery County: 1. Early voting begins today in the state of Maryland. Find out more in our MoCo Vote Blog. 2. Clarksburg Premium Outlets is hosting its grand opening today. 3. Luis Reluzco, the man charged with hitting and killing Montgomery County Police Officer Noah Leotta, […]
Don Mooers hosts the latest episode of Montgomery Week in Review. His guests include Brian Karem, Jane de Winter, Evan Glass and Jeffrey Slavin. Topics discussed this week include a review of the Maryland primary election results with Brian Karem, the county operating budget with Jane de Winter, the Gandhi Brigade Youth Media Project with Evan […]
AFI Silver Theater in Silver Spring will host the Gandhi Brigade Montgomery County Youth Media Festival and Competition on Saturday, April 16. The event is a chance for young student filmmakers to show off their films to the public. Over 500 submissions were received for the competition in four different categories; documentary, narrative, environmental and […]
Gandhi Brigade is looking for the next big Hollywood director and photographer in Montgomery County. Middle School and high school students who reside in Montgomery County can now submit video and art submissions for the 2016 Montgomery County Youth Media Festival. Gandhi Brigade Youth Media is hosting the festival and competition in partnership with Montgomery County Public […]
They watched movies produced by local, national and international youth. Gandhi Brigade- a nonprofit that promotes youth development through media productions- hosted its eighth annual Youth Media Festival at the Silver Spring Civic Building from noon to 5 p.m. followed by performances at the Veteran’s Plaza from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. “We had a […]
Teenagers in Montgomery County are a smart group with a lot to say. In recent years their collective voice was unified against a proposed curfew and in support of environmentally friendly food trays at school. Here in Montgomery County we adults take our community activism seriously; it’s apparent that our youth do too. But not […]
It’s Tuesday! Here are your five things to know today, March 24, in Montgomery County: 1. MCPS students should know by the end of the day when their summer vacation begins. 2. Montgomery County Police headed to Beford County, Va. Monday in connection to the Lyon sisters’ disappearance. 3. The Montgomery County Council meets today and the fiscal […]
The Montgomery County Office of Public Information (PIO) has launched “Young Montgomery,” a half-hour cable television show geared to highlight the accomplishments and activities of the County’s youth population. “Young people represent our County’s future and they have a lot they want to say. I’m pleased that ‘Young Montgomery’ will be an outlet for hearing […]
In this MyMCMedia Extra, Evan Glass, interim executive director of Gandhi Brigade, talks about the nonprofit’s future and a project to teach cybercivility to Montgomery County teens. Glass took over helm of the youth media organization after executive director Richard Jaeggi’s died of a brain tumor in May.
Here are five things to know today, August 26, in Montgomery County: 1. MCPS has opened its 202nd school in Clarksburg. 2. A former candidate for Montgomery County Council, Evan Glass has been named the interim director of Gandhi Brigade. 3. An organic turf field being installed at Lakelands Park is weeks behind schedule in […]