Crowd funding for Youth Empowerment: Keep the Legacy Alive

$upport YOUTH EMPOWERMENT through RADIO since 1994—  Donate: wmpg.org or 207-874-3000


 

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Tonight Blunt Youth Radio is fund-raising for our radio home, WMPG. Call 207-874-3000 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. EST, or donate online at www.wmpg.org. And don’t forget to mention that Blunt sent you (so’s we get the credit).

As you know EVERY MONDAY NIGHT, high school age youth from the Portland area, both free and incarcerated, work together to create a live show from scratch, taking on topics that they care about, from their own perspectives. At Blunt, young people handle all aspects of show production: reporting, on-air hosting, selecting topics, locating guests, studio production, and broadcast engineering. Blunt also has an on-going outreach project with youth incarcerated by the State of Maine. Our program is the winner of thirteen regional and national broadcasting awards. Work produced by Blunt has aired on NPR, the BBC, Marketplace, and This American Life, among others. Keep the legacy going, help our home WMPG.


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Spring Begathon

Join hosts Leo Hilton and Milena Germon as they share their personal experiences and experiences from current and former Blunt members. Testimonial from past Blunt members including Maia Chong, Josh GleasonLibby Donovan, Meaghan Lasalla, Spencer Scott, and Molly Adams makes the show lively and full of interesting anecdotes and personal stories. This show delves into all of the aspects of Blunt that make it so valuable to the students who participate and the community it caters to. Begathons happen twice a year and are an opportunity for inspired and supportive listeners to show their interest and care by donating whatever amount they feel is possible–helping Blunt continue to thrive into the future. Visit www.WMPG.org for more information.

Body Image

Join hosts Savanhan Plumber and Sophie Frantz as they talk about teen body image. They will joined by Patrice Lockheart from The New England eating Disorder program at Mercy Hospital. Along with lindy Graham a teen health physician and Caroline Ross a young woman in the Hearty Girls activist group.