Community Dialogues on Violence Prevention are showcased in this production — The Board of Supervisors for Monterey County, CA held four community dialogues in four different cities. Two Radio Bilingüe KHDC Salinas youth radio participants attended the forum in Salinas on May 9, 2013. The Youth Producers interviewed local political leaders, teachers, parents and youth […]
Three of the youth participants in the Radio Bilingüe KHDC Youth Radio Project interviewed school administrators, teachers, students and parents about their opinions on zero tolerance policies in the discipline plans and practices at schools. This feature includes comments gathered, as well as information about school discipline raised during two related talk shows on restorative […]
Teens have many questions about sexuality, but they commonly receive misinformation based on myths from their peers, the media, and other sources. Often parents also do not provide their teens with accurate information (or any information at all). This feature centered on how and from whom teens get information about sex and how they and […]
This news report highlighted the pro-immigration reform marches organized in several cities in California and across the Nation in March 2013. Two KHDC Salinas youth trainees covered the Marcha in Salinas California on March 24, organized by unions including the United Farm Workers and the Teamsters. Farmworkers, activists, politicians, students and supporters walked the streets […]
(Español) Líderes pro-inmigrantes aprovecharon la visita del Presidente Barack Obama a Phoenix este martes para pedirle a su administración que no mantenga a los jóvenes en aislamiento mientras quedan en libertad.
(Español) Los ‘soñadores’ informaron que planean volver a la frontera, hasta que se permita el regreso de sus compañeros.
(Español) Los soñadores dijeron actuar en contra de una política que ha separado a millones de familias durante el periodo de gobierno del presidente, Barack Obama.
(Español) Por ahora los anglosajones son el electorado más numeroso, porque muchos latinos son muy jóvenes para votar todavía.