SRL Academy 2021 | Gen Z Journos: Misinformation, leaving home, teen mental health, giving back
Although advocating for change on social media can be a positive initiative, many teenagers are unaware of the harmful consequences it can generate like misinformation.
This piece was produced by Thaïs Giraudet from Westview High School in San Diego, California, with support from WHYY Producer Brianna Spause.
This story follows Sierra, a high school student and her mental health struggles during lockdown. What does mental health look like during a pandemic? And what are some self care practices to maintain good well being?
This piece was produced by Andrea Salazar Lopez from Beaverton Academy of Science and Engineering in Beaverton, Oregon, with support from WHYY Producer Brianna Spause.
Program Director Greg Lynch discusses the reopening of Youth Volunteer Corps Philadelphia, and gives insight into the role of parks during a pandemic.
This piece was produced by Mustafa Aboud from Penn Treaty School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with support from WHYY Producer Brianna Spause.
Many students in the United States get ready to leave for college once they turn 18, but when it comes to Hispanics, they are often held back by family to stay.
This piece was produced by Brianna Valcarcel from Judge Memorial Catholic High School in Bountiful, Utah, with support from WHYY Producer Brianna Spause.