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Getting Outside the Classroom in Brazil

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When we communicate, we participate in the ongoing characterization of everything around us, allowing us to define our own reality, instead of having it dictated to us by others. Enois, a free journalism school in São Paulo, Brazil, is using this truth to spawn a new generation of cub reporters, teaching them to investigate the world they know, and helping them turn their findings into viable media projects like magazines, newspapers, and video documentaries.

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  • Kristin Pedemonti

    YES! Everyone has a Story and these stories Matter; as Enois has discovered they uncover deeper truths and share a larger reality rather than stereotypes or the vision of a few. Being able to share those stories is also Empowering. Thank you for the work you do, it's important and is making a difference!

  • Chelsea Spann

    Growing up, my sister was a part of a Los Angeles youth-run newspaper called LA Youth. Her experience was amazing – it allowed her to go beyond her initial suspicions and really investigate the truth. Stories and subjects are never just black and white, so to be able to discover that as a child and then share that through journalism was very powerful. Kudos to Enois for activating this mindset. What an awesome story.