Youth Media Project is honored to have been invited to be a part of a national exploration of youth responding to Marvin Gaye’s famous album What’s Going On. While looking into themes such as war and poverty, our youth will be answering the pivotal question: what’s going on now?
Hosted by none other than the marvelous Yesenia Diaz and Fernando Palacios of Capital High School, this first segment explores issues of immigration, gay rights, family, domestic violence and 2012 consciousness.
This second segment explores issues of environmental justice, the 2012 Presidential campaigns, education, poverty and addiction.
Youth Media Project is honored to have been invited to be a part of a national exploration of youth responding to Marvin Gaye’s famous album What’s Going On? While looking into themes such as war and poverty, our youth will be answering the pivotal question: what’s going on now?
Hosted by non-other than the marvelous Yesenia Diaz and Fernando Palacios of Capital High School, this segment of the show explores issues of immigration, gay rights, family, domestic violence and 2012 consciousness. Enjoy!
Make sure to listen to part 2 here.
Youth Media Project and SWAT members from Santa Fe High and Capshaw Middle School have come together to produce an Audio Revolution! show focusing on bullying. The show features personal narratives from students experiencing bullying, an interview with a bullying specialist, a radio drama about cyberbullying and much more! Take a listen to this heartfelt and inspiring show!
You’ll hear the creative and inspiring voices of young thinkers and writers. This show features the collaborative work of Youth Media Project within northern New Mexico schools and colleges, where we teach the craft of digital storytelling and the art of listening for a socially responsible world. Students tackle the complex question, “What is American?” through audio cascades, commentaries, a fable, and a spoken word performance.
In this poignant piece, Inviolata from Tanzania shares with us her story of transnational living and how difficult it is to find “home” sometimes. She is a student at the United World College in Las Vegas, NM. Her story about growing up in multiple countries questions our notions of home, place, identity and nation. This piece was recorded at a Global Issues workshop at the UWC and aired on our Globalization show.
Alejandra Juarez of the student wellness action team (SWAT) at the Academy of Technology and the Classics invites us to listen to her story about growing up and growing apart. As part of our show on parent-teen relationships, Alejandra delivered a powerful personal narrative about the hard aspects of growing up and away from your parents. I hope you enjoy this heartfelt story!
This episode of Audio Revolution! highlights the core issues relevant to the students from the MASTERS program’s service learning course. While students’ interests varied, two topics emerged as the themes for this show: Medicinal Marijuana and Environmental Justice/Sustainability. Hosts Briana Thomas of Santa Fe Community College and Arlo Barnes of the MASTERS charter school bring listeners in and out of a variety of topics: from a personal narrative and panel discussion about Medicinal Marijuana usage to poetry about the polluting of caves and much much more!
Tune in to a show full of facts and perspectives on the world all around us!
In this special Audio Revolution! broadcast, Youth Media Project teamed up with the spectacular SWAT Team at ATC. SWAT stands for the Student Wellness Action Team and is a program at Santa Fe Public Schools. This group from ATC (The Academy of Technology and the Classics) decided they wanted to better the lives of their peers by creating a powerful, moving and honest show about parent teen relationships. The show will share new perspectives and new truths about this important relationship and leave you contemplating your own familial life. Enjoy!