“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.”
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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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The first time someone directed a racial slur towards me… it took me a few moments to process what I had just heard. I was taken aback, but not exactly surprised. After all, there I was, a Filipina reporter covering a Pro-Trump rally.
What does free speech mean on college campuses today? We asked college newspaper editors throughout the country to weigh in on the state of free speech on their campus.
Juan Prieto, a UC Berkeley senior and DACA student, will graduate in May 2017. He worries that his plans for work and law school might become impossible under the Trump administration.
Major news outlets rely heavily on captivating headlines to attract readers. And some media companies go so far as to use A/B testing, which turns headline writing into a numbers game.