Home Sweet Gone
Angry at the abandoned buildings and vacant lots in their neighborhoods in the early 1990s, youth producers investigate poor housing conditions in New York City owned apartments and bank “redlining” policies that prevent investment in low- income housing. Community activists protesting the city’s landlord policies and youth construction programs give hope for change.
- 1st Prize, Student Documentary, 10th Annual Suffolk County Film & Video Festival, 1993
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To read about the inquiry-based process used to produce Home Sweet Gone, read Inquiry Learning Through Video Production, from News from the Center for Children and Technology, Vol. 2, No. 5, Jan. 1994.