Bad River Flood

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Abstract

This is a story about flooding along Denomie Creek on the Bad River Reservation on July 11-12, 2016 shot by teenage participants of Tribal Youth Media. TYM is an annual workshop sponsored by UW-Madison's Department of Life Sciences Communication. Led by Professor Patty Loew (Bad River Tribal member) and Faculty Associate Don Stanley, the workshop is intended to grow the next generation of storytellers and land stewards. This year's participants received a baptism by fire. The video was shot by 16-year-old Zach Oja and reported by 14-year-old Donovan O'Claire.

Collection of media, including twelve short documentaries, webpages, photojournalism projects, and digital music produced under the auspices of Tribal Youth Media in July-August, 2016. Participants, ages 11-17, had their video of this federal disaster air on five mainstream media outlets in two states.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - 2016

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Loew, P. A. (Producer). (2016). Bad River Flood. Digital or Visual Products, Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgVLENz97zw
Loew, Patricia Ann (Producer). / Bad River Flood. [Digital or Visual Products].
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