SWATting, original poetry, and experiences with stereotypes - Ep.16

February 13, 2018 00:13:16
SWATting, original poetry, and experiences with stereotypes - Ep.16
Youth Express
SWATting, original poetry, and experiences with stereotypes - Ep.16

Feb 13 2018 | 00:13:16

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Show Notes

Students from Montour High School talk to a police officer about the act of "SWATting", 8th graders from Assumption School read original poetry, and Pittsburgh area teens tell personal stories about xenophobia and stereotypes.

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