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Senior Seminar in Childhood Studies: Youth Activism: Find Audio and Video

A research guide for Dr. Miller and Dr. Vallone's sections of Senior Seminar in Childhood Studies: Youth Activism.

Suggested Resources

  • Academic Video Online (AVON): Rutgers-restricted database of streaming videos covering many disciplines.
  • Kanopy: Rutgers-restricted database of streaming documentaries.
  • TV-News Search: Rutgers-restricted database of news broadcasts from NBC, CNN, ABC, and CBS, with some dating back to 1968.
     
  • #PassTheMicYouth "seeks to amplify the voices of young people by sharing their lived experiences and stories of activism through a podcast and blog."
    seeks to amplify the voices of young people by sharing their lived experiences and stories of activism through a podcast and blog.

    Read more at: https://passthemicyouth.ces.ncsu.edu/about-us/
    #PassTheMicYouth seeks to amplify the voices of young people by sharing their lived experiences and stories of activism through a podcast and blog.

    Read more at: https://passthemicyouth.ces.ncsu.edu/about-us/
    #PassTheMicYouth seeks to amplify the voices of young people by sharing their lived experiences and stories of activism through a podcast and blog.

    Read more at: https://passthemicyouth.ces.ncsu.edu/about-us/
  • #HereToo project: "In Summer 2020, eight Penn State theatre students interviewed local youth activists in their home of State College, PA about their work promoting gun violence prevention, Black Lives Matter, and public health. The result is the launch of the #HereToo podcast, premiering August 26. New episodes each Thursday."
  • Activism Beyond the Classroom podcast Episode 4: Philly in Focus-Student Activism: "In this ABC podcast episode, Philly in Focus: Student Activism, we discuss Philadelphia as a center of student activism. Exploring past and present activism we delve into the 1967 Student Walkouts we meet with Dr. Walter Palmer. Moving into contemporary times we discuss the recent Amy Wax Law controversy, and finish with a dynamic conversation with a current high school student activist and co-creator of UrbED."

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