Jacinda Abcarian, executive director of Oakland, Calif.-based Youth Radio, knows her organization from way back when. In the early 1990s, she was among the first high school students to undergo Youth Radio’s training program, which teaches media production skills and offers counseling services while supplying award-winning broadcasts to outlets such as National Public Radio. She then worked her way up through the organization’s ranks, from peer teacher, to reporter, to producer, to...
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