“I think being a journalist now is even more important than ever,” says one teen.
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I thought political awareness meant living and breathing what I read in the news. But when my beliefs got twisted with other people’s opinions, I decided to re-evaluate my media consumption.
Natalie Shutler, editor of The New York Times’ On Campus section dropped in on Youth Radio to teach a workshop on writing essays for national media outlets.
You don’t kill fascism by doxxing one person, no matter how vile their thoughts are.
#1: Don’t just skim headlines — read the damn articles.
Youth Radio’s Lissa Soep was a part of a lecture series at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education in May,…
OK, so calling people and annotating how you know everything in your story may not be the sexiest part of the job, but it is absolutely necessary. And for new reporters, the time to build your fact-checking spidey sense is NOW.