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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.

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

Jun 11, 2018

We attended a farewell celebration at Paul Robeson High School in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago, one of the sites for After School Matters. Robeson is being closed down and the student body is being split up. We interview students from the ASM program Coding the Fun Way about their thoughts and feelings about their school being closed.

This episode was produced by Alfred and Aliyah.

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Power Your Story is produced by students at Ray Graham Training Center High School in Chicago. We represent diverse voices, telling our real life stories through the power of podcasting technology.

Each season features a new group of student producers under the mentorship of producer, Andrea Klunder of The Creative Impostor Studios, creating personal journals, interviews, and educational pieces about the topics that matter most to us.

Season 3 is produced by Alfred, Aliyah, Carzel, Danais, Juan, Justus, Keenan, Malik, Mark, Miguel, Nathanial, Shamar, Shaquan, and Zamire.

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

Cover Art by Emmanuel Johnston, from Ms. Yuridia Trujillo's Digital Media program through After School Matters. Theme Music by DJ Sparkz aka Genaro.