Stories produced by students participating in our youth media program. Learn more about the intensive, fun and free introductory radio journalism workshops we offer throughout the year.
Snapshots 2016 | The wonderful Mr. Little
Feven's teacher, Mr. Little, grew up Black and in poverty in Seattle. In high school his white teacher disrespected Black experiences and history, so he dropped out. Now he works to support disenfranchised students at Rainier Scholars.
* RadioActive Snapshots: 10 years of stories by Seattle teens - new episodes every Thursday *
One breakfast, divided
After the election, some RadioActive teen reporters had questions: about polarization, belonging, and social media. In this episode, they set out to combine factual reporting with fictional scenes to tell an even "truer" story about these questions.
Guest episode: Class of 2025, from OPB
Here's a guest episode from Oregon Public Broadcasting. "Class of 2025" has been following a group of students for 8 years. This episode is all about why male students tend to have a hard time than female students in middle school.
'Gracias por todo.' Delivering food during the pandemic was worth it to hear my mom say these words
During the lockdown, the restaurant industry was only hanging on through online orders and deliveries. But for me, those orders are how my mom and I made our rent.
'Pretty certain there was going to be an outbreak.' 2 college students on navigating the pandemic
It's finals week at Washington State University: A symbolic end to a difficult semester for many students. WSU roommates Dan and Campbell talked about navigating the pandemic in a social environment like college.
I stayed sober through the pandemic
Camila was 17, and four months sober when the pandemic started. She shared her struggles and triumphs through maintaining that progress with KUOW's Radioactive Youth Media program. https://www.kuow.org/stories/i-stayed-sober-through-the-pandemic