Coming Up on the Youth Channel: Who Are You?

You may find that older generations may be confused on some ideologies millennials and generation z have. Modern youth has become more accepting to literally everything from cultures to lifestyles. On Friday, the Today show released a video where they gathered families from conservative communities were asked what they thought about gender fluidity, and by surprise, these communities with “classic” ideologies have become accustomed to the more modern lifestyle that the newer generations have created. Whether is breaking down walls for all races to unite or letting go of gender norms, today in age, everything has become about being your best self and being able to do it without the fear of judgement. Join the Youth Channel this week with special programming about race, ethnicity, and identity.

The Youth Channel airs programming every weeknight from 6-7pm on MNN4 (FiOS 36, RCN 85, Spectrum 67 & 1998) and MNNHD (Spectrum 1993). To learn about MNN’s Youth Media Center and the work they produce, click here.

YC Power Hour - Episode 8 (Youth Channel)

Monday, June 24th

6:00pm - 7:00pm

The YC Power Hour is a weekly potpourri youth creative youth-driven program. It covers news, entertainment, and current trends within NYC and the world while keeping a light-hearted down to earth tone.

Shades of Diversity in Media Panel

Tuesday, June 25th

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Youth Media Center alumni and El Barrio community residents have an open, honest conversation about race and ethnicity with media professionals.

The Ujamaa Project: Irv

Wednesday, June 26th

6:00pm - 6:30pm

6:30pm - 7:00pm

Ujamaa; Swahili word ujamaa means 'extended family', 'brotherhood' or 'socialism'; as a political concept, it asserts that a person becomes a person through the people or community.

Fried chicken, collard greens, arroz con pollo. Many of our favorite everyday delicious, although not healthy we still love them. On this episode of the Ujamaa Project our host Tatyana Griem sits down with CEO and Founder of Quantum Leap Fitness Irving "Zeus" Hyppolite to discuss Health in the Black and Brown communities, Entrepreneurship and health awareness amongst today's youth.  

Boiling Point

Thursday, June 27th

6:00pm - 6:30pm

6:30pm - 7:00pm

In partnership with Wadleigh Highschool, the Youth Channel Presents Boiling Point. A youth lead debate show where young adults converse about hot topics.

Night Cap - Episode 2

Friday, June 28th

6:00pm - 7:00pm

NIGHTCAP's second show featured high school counselor and academic advisor, Lisa Richardson who provided some helpful tips on finding the right college fit. The show was closed with a short interview and dynamic performance by hip-hop dancers Louie and Zeno.