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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Wednesday, January 31, 2001
My story is about how there are not enough free things for kids in my neighborhood to do after school.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.