New Americans: Voices of Today's Teens from Around the World
“Hear Me Today: The Voice of Today's Teens” is a program created by interns from the International Rescue Committee. Each intern is a high school student living in Clarkston, GA. Every week throughout the summer Hear Me Today brings its audience new, interesting, and informative topics happening in their community. Given from the perspective of young adults, this program is all about discovering the needs of their community and discussing these issues via Sagal Radio.
Audio produced by Elizabeth Stephens and Hussien Mohamed.
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New Research & Recommendations
This report (PDF 3.8MB) offers guidance for community organizations and those who fund social change in how best to harness the power of local media-making for community health improvement. Spanish-language version is now available. Una versión en español de este informe esta en la web.