14 episodes

Grassroots Radio highlights the positive side of life and youth culture in Antigua and Barbuda. We do this through interviews with exceptional young Antiguans and Barbudans about how they see the world, the challenges they face, and what motivates them to keep working towards a bright future for our nation.

This podcast is a project of The New Grassroots.

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Grassroots Radio highlights the positive side of life and youth culture in Antigua and Barbuda. We do this through interviews with exceptional young Antiguans and Barbudans about how they see the world, the challenges they face, and what motivates them to keep working towards a bright future for our nation.

This podcast is a project of The New Grassroots.

    S2E4: Necessary, but Not Always Sexy

    S2E4: Necessary, but Not Always Sexy

    Part 2 of our series on Sustainable Development
    Colin John Jenkins is an architect, project manager with a  passion for promoting sustainable development. He is accredited in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) from the United States Green Building Council. And in 2018 he became the first WELL Accredited Professional in the Caribbean.

    • 50 min
    S2E3: Learning the Language of Power w/ George-ann Ryan

    S2E3: Learning the Language of Power w/ George-ann Ryan

    Part 1 of our series on Sustainable Development

    George-Ann Ryan a New York-based Antiguan public policy professional with a focus on political economy and economic and political development.

    • 57 min
    S2E2: Rays of Life (SPECIAL MINISODE)

    S2E2: Rays of Life (SPECIAL MINISODE)

    Doylechia Samuel's inner flame shines brightest when she is working with children. Having been a private tutor to many youngsters in her family and community, she is now working towards becoming a teacher.

    • 12 min
    S2E1: Fostering the Entrepreneurial Spirit

    S2E1: Fostering the Entrepreneurial Spirit

    Chaneil Imhoff's tech startup, Packed Grocery Delivery, has gained a lot of attention locally, as well as winning, placing, and participating in a number of competitions in the region and further afield.

    • 35 min
    Ep. 10: Whole-hearted Caribbean Unity

    Ep. 10: Whole-hearted Caribbean Unity

    Zachary Phillips is a graduate student at the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica. He studies Public International Law. As part of his professional, Zachary training has worked at the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, the CARICOM Office of Trade Negotiations, and the ​High Commission of Antigua & Barbuda in London.

    • 57 min
    Ep. 09: In Law, but Not in Practice

    Ep. 09: In Law, but Not in Practice

    Kieron Murdoch is 22 years old and has worked as a reporter and producer with Observer Radio and the Daily Observer newspaper. Kieron was a frequent host of the Big Issues radio program.

    • 56 min

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