Jan 20, 2006 in BAMMA


The Bay Area Multicultural Media Academy (BAMMA) is a two-week residential program built around developing journalism skills and careers for Bay Area high school students. The program took place from June 18-July 1 at SF State. Fifteen students were selected to participate.

The Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism at San Francisco State University has sponsored BAMMA since 1990. Our graduates work in print, radio, television and online journalism.

BAMMA is dedicated to providing opportunities to youth from underserved communities—Asian American, African American, Latino, Native American and low-income youth—to develop skills as a journalist that will open doors for them in media careers and help the profession do a better job covering news for everyone.

Click here to see [X]press 2.0, the BAMMA student publication

BAMMA '06 Students

BAMMA '06 Staff

BAMMA '06 Speakers

BAMMA '06 Sponsors

BAMMA '06 Teacher's Page

Important files for the students of BAMMA:
SFSU Dorms 2006 Summer Newsletter.pdf
2006 Safety, Security & Your Responsibility.pdf

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