Youth Radio's Valeria Araujo with a perspective on her brother's autism, an original song by the KRUNK movement artist collective, and a discussion about sexual harassment from 3rd Annual Gwen's Girls Equity Summit.
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Young radio club members at the B.F. Jones Memorial Library talk about what it means to be a good friend, West Allegheny 8th grader, Gabriella Salvucci shares an original song called, Lightning in the Rain, and Woodland Hills middle school students talk about ways to manage anger.
Youth philanthropy interns, Cooper and Rory at the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies with a documentary on mental health issues in rural areas, Woodland Hills Middle School student, Sonniyah with an original essay, and a young Pittsburgh artist profile.
Students and adults talk about Propel School's new community wellness center open on the Northside, Elmira Hope shares an original song, and discussion about positive racial identity during a pop-up mini arts festival in Homewood held by the University of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development.
Students at Pittsburgh Public Schools celebrate their return to the school year, Alaina Peeler, a sophomore at Penn Hills High School with an original poem, and Brashear High School students celebrate aspects of their heritage.
Propel Braddock Hills middle school students reflect upon their STEM Summer camp, Eliyah Roberts, an 11th grade student at Shadyside Academy with an original poem, and Calvin Ecker, a 2018 graduate of Carrick High School with a commentary on transgender conversations.
Clairton middle school students talk about gardening and fresh food, Sully, a sixth grade students, shares an original song on geothermal energy, and recent high school grads Micah, Dejah and Nicole explore solutions to improve financial literacy.
Pittsburgh Public Schools graduates talk about their ambitions for the future, middle school students share a superhero radio drama, and youth philanthropy interns at The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County present a documentary on changes to the arts.
Students at Propel Braddock Hills Middle School talk about video games and music, Summer Dreamers Academy participants share original poetry, and youth philanthropy interns with The Heinz Endowments present a documentary on the changes to Pittsburgh air quality
Students at Nazareth College and Career Prep talk about the social constructs surrounding skin color, Summer Dreamers Academy campers share original poems, and Pittsburgh-area teens talk about activism done through art.
Students from Jeannette, Pa talk about the impact of drug use on young athletes, Breanna McCann shares an original essay about the Cathedral of Learning, and Blessing, a student at Brashear high school, talks about growing up in Namibia and her transition to the US.
Attendees at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Summer Reading Extravaganza talk about the benefits of reading and their summer reading lists, an original song called Let it Rain from Katie Summer, and Youth Philanthropy Interns with the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies with a documentary about food insecurity in rural Pennsylvania.
Nazareth College and Career Prep students look at the differences between animal shelters and breeders, Sloane Simon, a 13-year-old student at Shadyside Academy, with an original song, and Ahmed, a 7th grader at Pittsburgh Schiller shares his views on the video game, Fortnite.
Pittsburgh Public students talk about the importance of self-esteem for success in high school, Katie Summer with an original song entitled, Steam Engine Train, and Youth Philanthropy Interns with the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County present a documentary on how schools teach about issues of consent.
Students and adults at Oliver Citywide Academy talk about a unified track & field meet, Sloane Simon shares an original song entitled Losing My Mind, and Nazareth College and Career Prep students talk about the effects of video games on teens.
Pittsburgh Faison students talk about what it means to be a good friend, Maya Berardi shares an original story entitled Plink Plink, and Brashear High School student, Aisha, reflects upon celebrating Ramadan.
Students from Nazareth College and Career Prep discuss ethics of photos and video posted to social media, Nicole Shigiltchoff shares an original short story, and current students from Brashear High School give advice to incoming students.