This week as the US ushers in a newly elected Democratic house, it’s now more important than ever for the youth to make their voices heard. This week watch as youth like you express what is important to them.
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.
Undocumented (Youth Channel)
Thursday, January 3rd
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
6:30 pm - 7:00 pm
In a time of anti-immigrant violent rhetoric, Dulce Martinez shares her story growing up undocumented in a country where she was not welcomed but made sure to continue striving for herself and her children.
Night Cap ep 9 (News + Current Information)
Friday, January 4th
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Closing out NIGHTCAP’s Career Day Series is Dr. Rahsaan Harris, President and CEO of the Emma L. Bowen Foundation that helps pipeline youth of color to careers in media and technology by getting them college internships at major media companies such as HBO, CBS, and NBC. If you are hoping your internship leads to a job opportunity don’t miss this show because Dr. Harris has some sage advice on how to make that happen.
YC Power Hour ep 3 (YC Original)
Monday, January 7th
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.
Still Existing (Youth Channel)
Tuesday, January 8th
6:00pm - 7:00pm
6:30pm - 7:00pm
Men, women, and children all over the world are impacted by domestic violence. YMC Advance camera movement students explore this epidemic.
The Ujamaa Project: Irving Hyppolite (Edu. Partnership)
Wednesday, January 9th
6:00 - 6:30 pm
6:30 - 7:00 pm
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 every day 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.