It’s finally Scholastic Journalism Week across the United States. Today, Thursday, Feb. 24, is also Student Press Freedom Day.
This year’s Scholastic Journalism Week theme is “Amplifying Voices,” and that’s what this podcast — along with Episode 36 and Episode 37 — do. The voices we’ll amplify are those of the Quill and Scroll Student Advisory Board.
In this episode, you’ll hear from four young journalists who are working to make their communities a better place. They are McKenna Hudson from Saint Charles, Missouri; sisters Kasey and Riley Thompson of Harrisonburg, Virginia; and Melissa Liu of Johns Creek, Georgia.
You’ll hear them talk of the important stories they’re working on and their Quill and Scroll projects, both in their own communities and as part of the national Student Advisory Board.
In addition, they’ll address Student Press Freedom Day and its theme — Unmute Yourself.
Episode 37: Students Unmute Themselves, Part Two
Episode 36: Students Unmute Themselves: Part I
Episode 35: Ethics with Patrick Johnson, Part Two
Episode 34: Ethics with Patrick Johnson, Part One
Episode 33: Covering Politics in High School and at College
Episode 32: Walker Watson and DocuFriends
Episode 31: Jack Kennedy on critiques
Episode 30: Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg
Episode 29: JEA President Sarah Nichols
Episode 28: Scholastic Journalism Week
Episode 27: Entering the WPM Contest
Episode 26: Annie Wooden on Design
Episode 25: CNN's Erica Hernandez on pandemic coverage
Episode 24: Trevor Ivan on good journalism (no matter the medium)
Episode 23: Liz Martin on Photography
Episode 22: G. Fred Wickman on News Writing
Episode 21: Jann Nyffeler discusses covering culture
Episode 20: The Number One Lesson in Covering Politics
Episode 19: Associated Press reporter Ryan Foley
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