The world is a scary place right now, but that’s not stopping our youth from following their dreams, staying informed and making their voices heard. Next week on the Youth Channel, enjoy programming that features young people who are determined to share their message.
Watch “NightCap” for tips on finding the right college, find inspiration in #ArtTalks with creative professionals who discuss the value of hard work, and think critically with two award-winning short films about race and grief.
The Youth Channel airs programming every weeknight from 6-7pm on MNN 4 (FiOS 36, RCN 85, TWC 67 & 1998). To learn about MNN’s Youth Media Center and the work they produce, click here.
Check out the upcoming schedule below:
Monday, February 13 and Friday, February 17
On this episode of NightCap, high school counselor and academic advisor, Lisa Richardson provides helpful tips on finding the right college fit. The show closes with a short interview and dynamic performance by hip-hop dancers Louie and Zeno.
Tuesday, February 14
#ArtTalk with Justin Jenkins
In celebration of Black History Month, let’s flash back to Justin Jenkins’ visit to the Youth Media Center where he shares his journey of becoming a graphic designer.
Wednesday, February 15
#ArtTalk with Jordan Riggs
Continuing the Black History Month Celebration, tune in to Jordan Riggs’ talk at the Youth Media Center where he shares his story of becoming a videographer and working with recording artist Frank Ocean.
Thursday, February 16
All American High School Film Fest Originals
Tune into two award-winning short films. First up is “Let Go” that addresses the difficult emotion of grief. Then, watch “Shade, which examines how representations of light and dark skin play a role in creating destructive stereotypes.