During the summer of 2020, as part of Virtual Radio Camp, Raine Myers interviewed Barbara Morris about her experience participating in the Civil Rights movement.
8:30am Dec 12, 2020Race Race Youth
6:57pm Nov 15, 2020Youth Youth Politics & Government
Winston-Salem Police Chief Catrina Thompson addressed concerns Sunday after the detainment of a teenage girl was captured on video.
11:49pm Jun 09, 2020Arts Arts Youth
When the coronavirus pandemic became real for most Americans, the news cycle was dominated by COVID-19 related stories. And rightly so.
10:50pm Jun 05, 2020Youth Youth
“March 13th for me started as just another normal day of school...”
4:19pm Mar 10, 2020Youth Youth Education
A new initiative in Greensboro is pairing male mentors with local boys in need of guidance. The 100 Males Mentoring program kicked off in January.
4:04pm Feb 07, 2020Race Race Youth Education
Our special Radio 101 series, "School, Interrupted," brings you stories about what gets in the way of a good learning environment. We finish the series addressing one of the biggest issues schools face everywhere: racial inequality.
7:16pm Jan 26, 2020Youth Youth Education Gender
Talking about sexual assault at schools is uncomfortable. It can be much more so for teenagers. However, not talking about it, doesn’t make it go away. Just in 2018, there were 70 incidents reported in North Carolina alone.
On the third episode of our Radio 101 series, School, Interrupted, youth reporters Leah Fisher, Ian Doss and Trey Shore look into the culture that allows acts of sexual misconduct to go unchecked in our schools.