Youth Radio is proud to announce its latest award for student-led reporting. The series “That’s When My Childhood Ended” has been honored with a 2018 Gracie Award by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation.
“To be there with all these kids who are actively part of that movement and saying ‘I’m going to vocalize what’s important to me and I will not let you try to define me.’ That was really powerful.”
“It’s about self-expression…You’re doing this for you and you’re doing this to show people what it is to be yourself.”
We’re sharing our principles and methods with the amazing professionals at this week’s 2017 Third Coast International Audio Festival. Youth Radio’s newsroom team is presenting an in-depth look at how we partner with young people to tell their stories.
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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.