8 episodes

We believe real human stories spark transformation and that students' unheard stories have the power to create real change in our world. In this podcast, you will hear directly from youth about the issues of equity they see in their world.This History UnErased podcast is a semester-long project produced in collaboration with Houses on the Moon Theater Company and funded by the New York City Council. Visit https://UnErased.org to learn more about History UnErased's mission of putting LGBTQ history in its rightful place - the classroom.

Youth Equity Podcast: Amplifying Youth Voice History UnErased

    • Education

We believe real human stories spark transformation and that students' unheard stories have the power to create real change in our world. In this podcast, you will hear directly from youth about the issues of equity they see in their world.This History UnErased podcast is a semester-long project produced in collaboration with Houses on the Moon Theater Company and funded by the New York City Council. Visit https://UnErased.org to learn more about History UnErased's mission of putting LGBTQ history in its rightful place - the classroom.

    Season 2 Ep 2: GS Slay: We Heart Rosemary

    Season 2 Ep 2: GS Slay: We Heart Rosemary

    The students of the G.S.A. (GS Slay) at Thomas A Edison Career and Technical High School in Jamaica, Queens celebrate the work and life of their staff advisor, Rosemary Gick-Von Ohlen, on the cusp of her retirement from the school and the club.This podcast was developed through the Youth Equity Art of the Podcast residency funded by the New York City Council. It was developed by History UnErased and Houses on the Moon Theater Company in partnership with the New York City Department of Education.

    • 18 min
    Season 2 Ep 1: GS Slay: I Am a Proud Gay Man from Guyana

    Season 2 Ep 1: GS Slay: I Am a Proud Gay Man from Guyana

    In this episode, the G.S.A. (GS Slay) at Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical High School interviews Steve Hemraj, an LGBTQ activist and healthcare worker who immigrated from Guyana in 2002 and was granted asylum in the United States in 2003. Students engage in a wide-ranging discussion about surviving homophobia, finding pride and self-love, and coming out.This podcast was developed through the Youth Equity Art of the Podcast residency funded by the New York City Council. It was developed b...

    • 21 min
    Season 1 Ep 3: Gen-Z: Our Voice

    Season 1 Ep 3: Gen-Z: Our Voice

    Season One Episode 3 is another entry from the Youth Equity Project: Art of the Podcast Residency with Aviation High School Podcast Club.In this wide-ranging conversation about setting limits on a minor's social media use, an anxious parent comes to the teenagers of Aviation High School with a dilemma: what are appropriate limits to set for my child's online life and how do I balance my child's expectations for privacy vs. safety in the modern internet age? Students and adults engage in a hea...

    • 35 min
    Season 1 Ep 3: School in the Time of Covid

    Season 1 Ep 3: School in the Time of Covid

    Season One Episode 2 is another entry from the Youth Equity Project: Art of the Podcast Residency with Bronx High School for the Visual Arts (BHSVA)!"One day you'll tell your grandchildren about this!" they all said.But what if we don't want to wait to talk about how our lives were during the first global pandemic in over a century?BHSVA student Raghad Alaudi talks to teacher Joyce Mitchell about education in the times of Covid - their fears, their hopes, their struggles, and lessons they lea...

    • 15 min
    Season 1 Ep 2: Incarceration across Three Generations

    Season 1 Ep 2: Incarceration across Three Generations

    Season One Episode 1 is another entry from the Youth Equity Project: Art of the Podcast Residency: Bronx High School for the Visual Arts (BHSVA) presents All the Bomb dot Com!In preparation for this episode exploring the family experience of incarceration across three generations, BHSVA students listened to a true story told by Zudaydah Rivera in the Houses on the Moon Podcast. (You might want to back up and listen to this story first!) Then dive into this episode - an intimate conversation B...

    • 29 min
    Testimonials

    Testimonials

    Why is History UnErased's mission of putting LGBTQ history in its rightful place - the classroom - important? This is what our rising generation is saying. Have a listen!This History UnErased podcast is produced and edited by Dinah Mack, our Youth Equity Program Director.

    • 3 min

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