Students at the Phelps Stokes Digital Media Training Program in Harlem use digital technology and oral history to chronicle stories of Harlem's past and present. This free program trains young people in 3D animation, video, photography, journalism and oral history. While learning digital media skills the students are creating the Harlem Through My Eyes project, a multi-media exhibit, website, photography book and video documentary that examines the community of Harlem through the eyes of the people who live and work there. The program is collaborating with My Image Studios LLC and the Riverside Church with funding provided by a grant from the West Harlem Development Corporation. Melvin McCray, adjunct professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, is the Program Director as well as the video and photography instructor. Rev. James Singletary is the Director of Children, Youth and Families at the Riverside Church. Alexis Moses is the 3D animation instructor. See more of our work at harlemeyes.com.