of Women in Media
Long Island Girl Talk is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides free education and mentoring in media and telecommunications to young girls.
Our girls direct, star in and produce their own broadcast shows!
Jasmine Medina, Stephanie Tobar Ruiz (Class of '16)
We have four simple goals:
1.To provide training for our girls in all aspects of television film production including camera, sound, and graphic work.
2. To educate our girls about the social issues which affect them as both as women and residents of Long Island.
3. To empower our girls by helping them create a media presence that celebrates them
4. To train our girls on how to lead leadership skills by giving them primary roles and responsibility for their creative effort.
GET TO KNOW US
OUR ORIGINAL SERIES
Empowering Children to Be a Better Version of Themselves
Verizon - Channel 40 - Mondays at Noon & Thursdays at 6:30 PM
Altice USA Public Access - Long Island Channel 115 - Saturdays at 6:00 PM
What is Long Island Girl Talk?
In this short introduction to the program, the participants talk about what they've learned and how they've grown because of LIGT. Why does the world need LIGT? Look, listen and learn!
An Afternoon with Cosmetics Legend Vera Moore (Pt. 1)
Yanika Payamps and Candice Brown interview cosmetics giant and business pioneer Vera Moore who integrated the Green Acres Mall in 1982 by becoming its first black-owned business. Don't forget to watch Part 2!