What’s Going On . . . Now Radio Show

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.

What’s Going On Now Show pt. 1

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.

Parents and Teens

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!

An Unexpected Life

Patrick Chavez, from Chimayó, NM, tells the story of how his life changed dramatically when he learned he was going to become a father as a teenager. High school dropouts estranged from their families, he and his girlfriend were scraping by when it all happened, but everything changed for them that day.

My Dad

Cristina Treviso is a Santa Fe Capital High student. In the summer of 2009 she was a participant in Youth Media Project’s Summer Intensive. There, she produced this piece, “My Dad,” a touching story about a daughter and her stepfather. She emphasizes how a father is not one who gives life to a child but he who raises the child.