Streams

Heroin

Tuesday, May 22, 2001

Janesse says she and her mother have one thing in common -- they were both betrayed by Janesse's father. He left them for Heroin when she was in elementary school.

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George W. Bush

Monday, May 21, 2001

Jiovan goes on a quest to better understand what kind of impact the Bush administration will have on his friends and family.

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Design for the Real World: Acela

Saturday, March 10, 2001

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Design for the Real World: Acela

Saturday, March 10, 2001

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Dropping Out

Saturday, February 03, 2001

A year and a half ago, I dropped out of school. The teachers didn't have enough books to give us, there were too many kids in classes, and some teachers gave me a hard time. Sometimes we'd come out fighting, so to avoid that situation, I left school.

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Depression

Friday, February 02, 2001

My story is on something that happened to me when I was 14 years old: I tried to commit suicide and I landed in a mental institution.

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English

Thursday, February 01, 2001

My story is about my adventures as a Spanish speaker in New York. I interview my principal, my English teacher, my friends and my mom.

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Bushwick

Wednesday, January 31, 2001

My story is about how there are not enough free things for kids in my neighborhood to do after school.

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Guns

Tuesday, January 30, 2001

My story is about how easy it is for kids in Bushwick to get guns. I interview gun dealers, my principal and crime fighters.

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Vocation

Monday, January 29, 2001

In my story, I talk to my mom, my principal, my teacher and others, and I look back on how my love of cars started by working with my dad on his car when I was little.

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American or Trinidadian

Monday, November 08, 1999

Janelle Lewis is 19-years-old and her report tracks her lifelong quest: figuring out whether she's American or Trini, or both - and why.

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Art and Vandalism

Friday, November 05, 1999

Jimmy says traveling the streets of New York City is like visiting a museum. In his story, Jimmy asks listeners to look more closely at graffiti and think about where to draw the line between art and vandalism.

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Gay Rights

Thursday, November 04, 1999

Kady Bulnes, 14-years-old, took on an important and under-reported topic for her story: What is it like to be a gay or lesbian teenager in a neighborhood like Harlem?

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Trisomy 13

Wednesday, November 03, 1999

Marc Delgado is 14 and in the 10th grade at a small public school in Harlem. Marc didn't have to go far to report his story -- it takes place at his own home.

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The Harlem Girls Choir

Tuesday, November 02, 1999

Danielle Beckom is in the 11th grade, but she's 15-years-old and the youngest in her class. Her brother is a member of the world-renowned Harlem Boys Choir, and that inspired her to report on a lesser-known choir: The Harlem Girls Choir.

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Pirate Radio

Monday, November 01, 1999

Antoine Bazilio, the youngest member of the workshop, is 12-years-old and lives in East Harlem. He's a DJ at a local community radio station and did his report on the show he hosts: The Literature Show.

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