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Trey Gass says high school helped him find his voice and discover poetry. One of his teachers says poetry helped him become a leader in his community. Trey told his story while participating in Radio 101.
Radio 101 teaches interested students about journalism, technology, personal reflection and storytelling -- and includes access to digital recorders, microphones, and laptops for editing audio.
The program has been held at Carver High School in Winston-Salem and The Middle College at Guilford Technical Community College in High Point. Radio 101 is now in its second year at Dudley High School in Greensboro with plans to expand in Fall 2013. The Spring 2013 edition of Radio 101 is produced in partnership with Dudley High School with funding from the United Arts Council of Greater Greensboro. Radio 101 is taught by Lopa Shah with assistance from other WFDD staff members.
New Radio 101 stories will air on WFDD in March 2013. You can hear past stories here.