Coming Of Age In The Current Moment: High Schoolers Reflect On The Past Year, And The Future
What's it like to come of age during a time of extreme political division and a global pandemic? We talk with young Granite Staters about how the past year has shaped and impacted them, and what they're thinking about the future.
Air date: Tuesday, January 26, 2021.
- Asma Akbar - High school senior at Nashua High School South, and chair of the N.H. High School Democrats.
- Palmira Wilson - High school senior at Dover High School, and community organizer with Project D.R.E.A.M. (Diversity. Respect. Educate. Advocate. Mission.), a student-founded group promoting diversity and respect for all students.
- Samay Sahu - High school sophomore at Nashua High School South. He has worked on several presidential campaigns, including then-candidate Biden's TikTok campaign.
Check out the NH Youth Movement, which is hosting a virtual event called "No Racist Granite State" on Wednesday, January 27.
This show was produced by Christina Phillips.