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KNRC Youth Radio

Brooklyn Public Library, Canarsie Branch

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KNRC Youth Radio

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Brooklyn Public Library, Canarsie Branch

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KNRC Youth Radio is a podcast from the Canarsie branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. It is a show by and about youth in Canarsie, Brooklyn.The first season features pieces produced by teens during a six week workshop series at the Canarsie Library. The theme of the season was current social issues.Special thanks to our young podcasters, librarian Marie Edwards at the Canarsie Educational Campus, audio and filmmaker Jamie Courville, Mark Pagán with Brooklyn Free Speech/BRIC, and the BKLYN Incubator.

Latest Episodes

Alexus: Soy Latina

How does it feel to be an Afro-Latina teen growing up in Brooklyn? KNRC Youth Radio podcaster, and part-time library staff member, Alexus Lawrence talks about her identity, and her journey to embrace herself and her roots. Produced and edited by Cassie Hickman

8 MIN2019 APR 12
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Alexus: Soy Latina

Saheedah - The School Uniform Debate

KNRC Youth Radio podcaster Saheedah Majolagbe discusses how it feels to wear a uniform at the High School for Medical Professions, and talks about ways to improve the high school experience in Canarsie.

3 MIN2018 SEP 3
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Saheedah - The School Uniform Debate

Desiree and Emaliy: Working at the Canarsie Library

Desiree Watson and Emaliy Jones, Canarsie Library staff and program leaders for KNRC Youth Radio, have each worked at the Brooklyn Public Library for 13 years. They share thoughts about how the library changes over time, how it feels to watch children grow up at the library, and what makes Canarsie Library the place to be. Produced and edited by Cassie Hickman

6 MIN2018 AUG 27
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Desiree and Emaliy: Working at the Canarsie Library

Michael: Review of Avengers: Infinity War

KNRC Youth Radio podcaster Michael Etienne gives a personal review of the 2018 filmAvengers: Infinity War. (Warning to fans: Spoiler Alert!)

3 MIN2018 AUG 27
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Michael: Review of Avengers: Infinity War

Elizah and Brianna - Music Beaters

Does the way music makes us feel matter? How does it change as we get older? KNRC Youth Radio podcasters Elizah Callahan and Brianna Salgado present a two-part piece about the personal impact of music. Elizah interviews peers and a teacher about their favorite artists. Brianna asks a special guest how music affects her at different moments in time.

5 MIN2017 NOV 27
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Elizah and Brianna - Music Beaters

Elijah: Bit by Bit

How do Canarsie teens rate Super Mario Odyssey? KNRC Youth Radio podcaster Elijah Callahan interviews peers on what they think about this game, and reflects on the games of his childhood.

2 MIN2017 NOV 27
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Elijah: Bit by Bit

Channing, Jacob, and Karl: Professional eSports

Can playing video games be a viable career option? KNRC Youth Radio Podcasters Channing Head, Jacob Matthews, and Karl Reserve interview their teacher about his thoughts on eSports.

3 MIN2017 NOV 27
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Channing, Jacob, and Karl: Professional eSports

Amy: Children in Senegal

KNRC Youth Radio podcaster Amy Mbodj expresses concern about the challenges that children face while growing up in Senegal, her home country.

2 MIN2017 NOV 27
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Amy: Children in Senegal
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Latest Episodes

Alexus: Soy Latina

How does it feel to be an Afro-Latina teen growing up in Brooklyn? KNRC Youth Radio podcaster, and part-time library staff member, Alexus Lawrence talks about her identity, and her journey to embrace herself and her roots. Produced and edited by Cassie Hickman

8 MIN2019 APR 12
Comments
Alexus: Soy Latina

Saheedah - The School Uniform Debate

KNRC Youth Radio podcaster Saheedah Majolagbe discusses how it feels to wear a uniform at the High School for Medical Professions, and talks about ways to improve the high school experience in Canarsie.

3 MIN2018 SEP 3
Comments
Saheedah - The School Uniform Debate

Desiree and Emaliy: Working at the Canarsie Library

Desiree Watson and Emaliy Jones, Canarsie Library staff and program leaders for KNRC Youth Radio, have each worked at the Brooklyn Public Library for 13 years. They share thoughts about how the library changes over time, how it feels to watch children grow up at the library, and what makes Canarsie Library the place to be. Produced and edited by Cassie Hickman

6 MIN2018 AUG 27
Comments
Desiree and Emaliy: Working at the Canarsie Library

Michael: Review of Avengers: Infinity War

KNRC Youth Radio podcaster Michael Etienne gives a personal review of the 2018 filmAvengers: Infinity War. (Warning to fans: Spoiler Alert!)

3 MIN2018 AUG 27
Comments
Michael: Review of Avengers: Infinity War

Elizah and Brianna - Music Beaters

Does the way music makes us feel matter? How does it change as we get older? KNRC Youth Radio podcasters Elizah Callahan and Brianna Salgado present a two-part piece about the personal impact of music. Elizah interviews peers and a teacher about their favorite artists. Brianna asks a special guest how music affects her at different moments in time.

5 MIN2017 NOV 27
Comments
Elizah and Brianna - Music Beaters

Elijah: Bit by Bit

How do Canarsie teens rate Super Mario Odyssey? KNRC Youth Radio podcaster Elijah Callahan interviews peers on what they think about this game, and reflects on the games of his childhood.

2 MIN2017 NOV 27
Comments
Elijah: Bit by Bit

Channing, Jacob, and Karl: Professional eSports

Can playing video games be a viable career option? KNRC Youth Radio Podcasters Channing Head, Jacob Matthews, and Karl Reserve interview their teacher about his thoughts on eSports.

3 MIN2017 NOV 27
Comments
Channing, Jacob, and Karl: Professional eSports

Amy: Children in Senegal

KNRC Youth Radio podcaster Amy Mbodj expresses concern about the challenges that children face while growing up in Senegal, her home country.

2 MIN2017 NOV 27
Comments
Amy: Children in Senegal
the END
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