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Next Generation Radio

KOSU Oklahoma 2018

We are finding, coaching and training public media’s next generation. This #nextgenradio project is created in partnership with KOSU public radio, Oklahoma City, where five talented student journalists are participating in this week-long state-of-the-art training program.

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Next Generation Radio

KOSU Oklahoma 2018

We are finding, coaching and training public media’s next generation. This #nextgenradio project is created in partnership with KOSU public radio, Oklahoma City, where five talented student journalists are participating in this week-long state-of-the-art training program.

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3 Jobs for 1 Living Wage

Carla Burton is an administrative assistant at Star Spencer High School who has not received a raise in 12 years. Among the choices she’s forced to make, is to work multiple jobs in order to make ends meet.

BY CAMERON GOVAN

Enacting Change: One Young Voter at a Time

High school senior Brenna Sawney is battling the stereotype that young people don’t care enough to vote. She’s voting in her first national election this November and actively recruiting her peers.

BY T’ERA MCGEE

After the Walkouts, Beyond The Raise

Andrea Brawdy is a special education teacher and a mother of five. She spent two weeks at the Capitol fighting for better teacher pay.

BY ZACH GOSHORN

‘We Need To Do More’

A Pawnee Woman Embraces the Power of the Vote

Jamie Nelson, 27, is a Pawnee, Choctaw-Navajo woman who is voting in a non-tribal election for the first time in November. She’s motivated by a Pawnee woman running for the House seat in her district.

BY KATELEIGH MILLS

A Life Sentence: Beyond Prison

Former police officer Tony Davis has his life back on track after serving 23 years in state prison for child neglect. He’s pursuing the restoration of ‘his good name’ in order to regain his right to vote, and maybe someday run for office.

BY MIA MUHYEE

3 Jobs for 1 Living Wage

The decade-long school funding crisis has not been fully resolved by the April teacher’s strike: Carla Burton is an administrative assistant at Star Spencer High School who has not received a raise in 12 years. Among the choices she’s forced to make, is to work multiple jobs in order to make ends meet.

BY CAMERON GOVAN

Enacting Change: One Young Voter at a Time

High school senior Brenna Sawney is battling the stereotype that young people don’t care enough to vote. She’s voting in her first national election this November and actively recruiting her peers.

BY T’ERA MCGEE

After the Walkouts, Beyond The Raise

Andrea Brawdy is a special education teacher and a mother of five. She spent two weeks at the Capitol fighting for better teacher pay. They made some progress, and she continues organizing among her colleagues on behalf of children, both those in her classroom and at home.

BY ZACH GOSHORN

‘We Need to do More’

A Pawnee Woman Embraces the Power of the Vote

Jamie Nelson is a 27-year-old Pawnee, Choctaw-Navajo woman who is voting in a non-tribal election for the first time this November. She’s motivated this season by Jasha Lyons Echo-Hawk, a Pawnee woman running for the House seat in Jamie’s district.

BY KATELEIGH MILLS

A Life Sentence: Beyond Prison

Former police officer Tony Davis has his life back on track after serving 23 years in state prison for child neglect. He’s pursuing the restoration of ‘his good name’ in order to regain his right to vote, and maybe someday run for office.

BY MIA MUHYEE

Our Reflections

A Week of Mixed Emotions

A Week of Mixed Emotions

Yes, I was happy I got accepted. But I wasn’t confident in my ability to be a good journalist so I started to worry. Which led to more worrying, I almost didn’t go through with it.

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A Good Reminder

A Good Reminder

Before I was contacted by my mentor, Allison Herrera from The World, I knew I wanted to cover a minority group for the upcoming November midterm election.

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