Audio Revolution! TAKES ON, or rather, shares our opinions on and experiences with Globalization. Hosts Savannah Chapman of Capital High School and Gabriel Rima of Monte Del Sol Charter School lead listeners through this intensely dense and multifaceted theme. Stories of transnationality, English language dominance, Myspace, an audio collage about environmental classism and a panel discussion on the economics of a globalized economy are packed into this broadcast! Sit back, get a cup of tea, and hear our diverse thoughts on Globalization.
In this special “Seeds of Sound,” Gabriel Rima of Monte Del Sol Charter School gives listeners a new perspective on body modification. Unsatisfied with the definitions that were given to him in his research on the topic, he decided to opt for defining body modification for himself. Take a listen to Gabe’s profound philosophy about body modification.
Do you know why you celebrate Halloween?
In this special Halloween Seeds of Sound, Gabriel Rima asks listeners to question this tradition and celebration. He reminds us to remember why we celebrate. Gabriel asks us to make sure that when we celebrate traditions, to do it with intention and understand the belief systems we support and uphold simply by celebrating.
To Gabe Rima, a Monte Del Sol Senior, being American cannot be easily defined. With the majority of the American population being a multitude of cultures and identities, he has found that the one thing that makes people America is their relative social privilege. But don’t let that idea get you down, his ultimate message is inspiring and empowering.
In this edition of Audio Revolution! hosts Gabriel Rima and Savannah Chapman-Martinez take you into the depths of identity: What does it mean to be American? Who gets to be American and who doesn’t? What are the freedoms and privileges American’s have? And, do all American’s have those freedoms? And what does it mean to be both American and another ethnicity and/or culture?
“Stressing” is one of Gabriel Rima’s regular Audio Revolution! segment intended to empower and encourage listeners to think critically and never stop growing entitled, Seeds of Sound. This installment imparts simple and many times overlooked reasons and ways to relieve stress from people’s lives. Gabriel’s Seeds of Sound might be youth-produced but his words can touch people from any walk of life.