1. City Honors High School has endured many transitions to become what it is today. This documentary illustrates the connections between the building's development and the people who have grown with it. Being forced to overcome struggles throughout the years has bonded the people to the building forever.

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  2. Brewing in Buffalo covers a history of the Lakeview Brewing Company, accompanied by interviews from those involved with it. Serve ice cold!

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  3. This video focuses on public art versus graffiti art on Main Street and throughout Buffalo. It is a comparison between the two, showing negative and positive points of both. Beware! This profound documentary may change the way you think of graffiti and or public art!

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  4. This documentary is bout the vacancy on Main Street and how it reflects the city as a whole: from the economy to the people.

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  5. This is a documentary about the way racial tensions in Buffalo have kept Main Street from prospering. Citizens of Buffalo give their opinions on Main Street’s current condition and suggest ways to improve it.

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BUFFALO YOUTH MEDIA INSTITUTE: WESTSIDE STORIES 2013

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The BUFFALO YOUTH MEDIA INSTITUTE is a community history and youth media program geared towards the diverse population of young people living in Buffalo and surrounding areas. Combining media production, media literacy, and cultural studies in its 9-month curriculum, youth producers, selected through a competitive application process, work with professional filmmakers and historians to create their own self-directed documentaries


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The BUFFALO YOUTH MEDIA INSTITUTE is a community history and youth media program geared towards the diverse population of young people living in Buffalo and surrounding areas. Combining media production, media literacy, and cultural studies in its 9-month curriculum, youth producers, selected through a competitive application process, work with professional filmmakers and historians to create their own self-directed documentaries about Buffalo.

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