The rise of bullying and other conflicts between students from middle and high schools has pushed the school districts to find programs that are less harsh for the students. Restorative Justices (RJ) programs will prevent students from going into the criminal systems. Guest: Arleen De La Peña, Lead Manager for Restorative Justice in Schools.
We are sharing here a series of messages produced as part of Radio Bilingüe’s 2018 youth radio training in Fresno. The youth who participated in the training came from Southeast and West Fresno, through programs including the Boys and Men of Color (BMOC), Fresno Barrios Unidos, and Women Empowered. The young producers picked their topics […]
“Girls Health in Girls Hands” is an all young females program with an initiative to identify health resources, support and services needed by pre-teen and teen girls in Monterey County. Each year they coordinate a summit that provides health education and leadership development to create a positive impact. Guests: Kayla Crocker Program Coordinator Girls Health […]
It is time to start planning on how you will pay for college. There is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, Dream Act, or CA Promise Grant application are a few of the financial assistance programs available to help you pay for college or university. Guest: Monica Carrasco, Financial Aid Specialist at Hartnell College […]
Salinas Union High School District’s Mission Trails ROP/ CTE provides all high students with learning opportunities and technical training in the industry sectors like engineering, agriculture, medical, electrical, office, transportation among other areas. Guests: Dr. Ivonne Glen, Director of Mission Trails ROP / CTE and Marcos Cabrera, Director of Communications for Salinas High School District […]
Youth Organizing Council from Alianza Coachella Valley speaking about their civic participation and continue to advocate and propose ideas to have more resource. Through the Soapbox Speech Competition participants highlights areas of improvement for their school and community. Guest: Victor Gonzalez, Program Manager with Alianza Coachella Valley and Juliana Taboada, winner of the Soapbox Speech […]
Support from family and community appear to shield Latinos from rising suicide rates, researchers say.
We are sharing here a series of messages produced as part of Radio Bilingüe’s 2018 collaboration with Raices Coachella. Links: Raices Cultura Website Raices Cultura on Facebook
We are sharing here a series of messages produced as part of Radio Bilingüe’s 2017 youth radio training in Fresno. The youth who participated in the training came from Southeast and West Fresno, through programs including the Boys and Men of Color (BMOC), Fresno Barrios Unidos, and Women Empowered. The young producers picked their topics […]
Youth share about the Cosecha, a study on Pesticide Exposure in Latina Teens in the Salinas Valley. This study is part of Chamacos of Salinas Evaluating Chemicals in Homes & Agriculture. Guests: Jose Manuel Camacho, Community Outreach Coordinator, James Noland, Youth Coordinator, and the youth particpants Daisy Gallardo, Giselle Lazaro, Edgar Cardozo, Isaac Garces,all representing […]