Teenage journalists from around the world do profiles of teens and of adults worthy of admiration who are making progress in the fight to get along despite differences that make some people the "other." The project began on 16 November 2020, the United Nations International Day for Tolerance. Deadline: 15 December

THE STORIES

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MY

GrandmA

TEENAGE ACTIVIST

USA • PBS STUDENT

REPORTING LABS

 

A civil rights activist since her teenage years, Fannie Mae Barnes, offers some key advice to the youngest generation.

REPORTING BY Nairobi Williese Barnes

VIDEO [00:02:35]

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A KIND FIGHTER

USA • YR MEDIA

 

Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her legacy provide GenZ with a glimmer of hope.

REPORTING BY HALEY BOSSELMAN

DAD

IS Really

OK

UK • BBC YoUNG REPORTER

It turned out her father was not really a superhero, but he was still okay as a regular guy. More BBC "Hear Me" stories here about growing up in the UK today.

REPORTING BY EMMA

 PODCAST [00:25:52]

HER

KNOCKOUT

PUNCH

USA • PBS STUDENT REPORTING LABS

How Oriandy Reyes gained acceptance – and victory – in the  boxing ring.

REPORTING BY
SARAH CREMER, ORIANDY REYES
 VIDEO [00:02:48]
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MORE TO COME

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We are accepting profiles until 16 December.

-- Dr. Aralynn Abare McMane, director, Global Youth & News Media

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