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This is Power Your Story, a podcast made for students by students at Ray Graham Training Center High School in Chicago, Representing diverse voices, telling our real life stories through the power of podcasting technology.

Season 3 is Stand Up for What You Believe: Social change, peace and making a difference.

Production support from After School Matters and Andrea Klunder from The Creative Impostor Studios via the Podcast Tech: Power Your Story program.

Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. We hope you learn something new by listening. Peace.

You can subscribe to Season 3 and future seasons on Apple Podcasts, SpotifyGoogle Play Music, and Stitcher Radio.

Feb 25, 2019

Producer Aliyah shares her personal thoughts on the debate about gun control following our 3-part series on gun violence with Dion McGill from the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence.

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Feb 25, 2019

This is part 3 of a 3-part series on gun violence in Chicago, in schools and in our culture. Our producers had an unscripted Q&A with Dion McGill, Program Manager at the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence.

We talk about the influence of pop culture, rap, social media, economics, police shootings, Chicago history,...


Feb 22, 2019

Mike Owens is the Emmy Award winning co-creator and executive producer of Danger & Eggs, an animated series for children and families on Amazon Prime.

As a show creator, Director, Character Designer, Storyboard Artist, Teacher and Animator, Mike has created character driven entertainment for screens of all sizes and for...


Nov 27, 2018

This is part 2 of a 3-part series on gun violence in Chicago, in schools and in our culture. We talk with Dion McGill, Program Manager at the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence.

This episode was produced by Keenan and Miguel.

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Jun 20, 2018

Sam Kirk creates artwork to celebrate people and to inspire pride and recognition for underrepresented communities. Her work walks the viewer through various moments, focusing on a celebration of culture, discovery of identity, and the politics that we have been fighting for generations. She grew up in Chicago.

Jenny Q...