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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 5 is "Making a podcast" produced by Alfred, Aliyah, Brandon, Carlos, Christobel, Edward, Elvis, Justus, Joel, Juan, Keyanna, Maritza, Mark, Miguel, and Zamire.

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.

Dec 8, 2020

Have you ever lost your cell phone, had to have surgery, or wanted to learn how to play a new game?

On season 5 of Power Your Story, we are talking all about making podcasts.

In this episode, Joel, Brandon, and Carlos share personal stories from their own lives. This is an example of one type of podcast you can make -...


Nov 25, 2020

On season 5 of Power Your Story, we are talking all about making podcasts.

In this episode, we'll walk you through the steps we follow to produce our show.

We mention that we use a podcast hosting service called Libsyn. If you decide to create your own show, and host with Libsyn, you can get your first month free with...


Aug 30, 2020

Jayinex is Chicago's creative hub for artists, entrepreneurs, and  community. CEO and graffiti artist Corey Jenkins met up with our producers at homiey. (homiey's founder Mariah was featured on a previous PYS episode.)

Corey talks with Quintin and Emon about art, education, imagination and Teenage Mutant Ninja...


Aug 29, 2020

What's it really like to grow up and live in Chicago? Our producers weigh in on what we love most about the city, what we wish was different, and some personal stories about every day life.

This episode was recorded outside in the garden of our school.

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Aug 28, 2020

There are certain subjects and questions you just can't talk about with your parents or even a teacher. That's where a school mentor comes in. Our school is fortunate enough to have a lot of resources for students, like Mr. Pierce, who can help us out of these awkward situations.

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