A PSA by students from Instituto Altazor in Tijuana, Mexico on the issue of bullying. Part of the Anti-Bullying Through the Arts initiative, in partnership with the San Diego International Children’s Film Festival. See the video from Media Arts CenterRead More Caras Conocidas
A Multicultural Town Hall focusing on Mental Health options for minorities and youth was held in South Sacramento. See more at Access Local TVRead More Mental Health @ Multi-Cultural Town Hall
The new Oakland-based movie “Blindspotting” is gaining critical and popular acclaim as its fan base continues to grow. Two of its newest fans are Youth Radio’s Clay Xavier and Riley Lockett, who reflect on the film that’s based right in their hometown. “This movie does a great job at using the characters to express these […]Read More Blindspotting Keeps Oakland In Cinema’s Spotlight
Summer 2018 brought a tidal wave of blockbuster movies, such as “Incredibles 2” and “Oceans 8,” to theaters. Youth Radio’s Riley Lockett reviews “Sorry to Bother You,” his favorite movie of the summer so far. “The film covers a vast array of topics, from code-switching to unionizing to slave labor.” Read more at Youth Radio.Read More “Does “Sorry To Bother You” Live Up To The Hype? SPOILERS!!!
As new revelations begin to highlight the systematic separation of children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border, cities across the nation have erupted into protest. One of these cities was Sacramento, where protestors gathered to voice their concern with the Trump administration’s separation policies. “I’m really happy about the unity and the thousands, if […]Read More ‘Families Belong Together’ Rally in Sacramento California
Sacramento’s Nathaniel Lapid gives viewers a glimpse of what a sunny June day at the Oak Park Farmers’ Market in Sacramento looks like. Read more at Access Local TV.Read More A Saturday Morning At The Oak Park Farmers’ Market
“Who am I?” It’s a question that many people, especially teenagers, have asked themselves. Fresno’s Maria Torres believes she has found the answer, and she shares it through a video. “Maybe I’m not just one thing. Maybe one word or stereotype doesn’t define me. Maybe I could be many things. Or maybe I could just […]Read More Who Am I?
On May 6, Sacramento volunteers gathered at an Oak Park residence to help construct a home garden, which in turn promotes healthy living and local agriculture. “I figure that this is where it starts: in my own backyard.” Read more at Access Local TV.Read More Changing The Hood 4 Good – Backyard Garden Build
A live version of the Brave Podcast, which highlights what Californians are doing to help their communities, was recorded in front of an audience on April 25. The podcast featured previous contributors to the podcast, as well as the creator of Black Women United. Read more at Access Local TV.Read More Live Podcast Recording Of The Brave
With the midterm elections approaching fast, Sacramento’s Nathaniel Lapid talked to some Sacramento students and teachers to figure out whether they’re voting or not. Lapid also addresses the importance of youth voices in the elections. “I want to vote because I feel like every vote matters.” Read more at Access Local TV.Read More 100,000 California Teens Are Pre-Registered To Vote