TEEN JOURNALISTS TELL THEIR STORIES
Our July 2019 Young Voices Media Project was held in Gonzales, California, where nine high school students from the Salinas Valley spent two weeks learning professional journalism and writing skills. See their stories below.
This project is generously supported by the Clare Giannini Fund, with additional in-kind support from Gonzales Unified School District.
YOUNG VOICES NEWS REPORTING |
Plastic Trash in our Sanctuary
Reducing use keeps oceans cleaner
Activists of all ages help undocumented residents cope
Will citizenship question contribute to a census undercount?
Salinas dropouts tell their stories
Latest figures show surprising results
Less than 1/3 of Gonzales students meet English standards
Trump’s threat of mass deportation stokes fear
Forums help residents manage ICE contacts
Salinas picks up a lot of trash, but litter remains a problem
Coasting to high school
Gonzales middle school students get promoted with few requirements
YOUNG VOICES OPINIONS |
Opinion: Drawing Lines
There are better uses for ag building funds
Opinion: Women’s soccer has earned equal pay
U.S. team is an inspiration
Opinion: Support Your Local Youth Council
An active council will strengthen Soledad
Opinion: Managing Stress
Doing well in school means learning to manage your time
Opinion: The next earthquake
How prepared is your household?
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