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1996-02-29

Youth activism

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Three student activists discuss their activist work and involvement with Youth Radio, a radio production program for students in the Bay area. They discuss issues of gender, race, and class; the importance of youth speaking for themselves in the media; and youth participation in the 1996 presidential election.

Segment Subjects: Youth activism, youth radio

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- Lynn Duff–youth correspondent with Pacific News  Service; - Dana King–student at College Prep High School in Oakland and Youth Radio participant; - J.R. Valrey–student at St. Joseph’s High School in Alameda and Youth Radio participant

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