HSC ALSJ Social Justice Radio

 

In this edition of the High School Radio Road Show:
Social Justice Radio – a show produced by the students in the Math, Music and History classes at High School in the Community in New Haven, CT.

Show Line-up

  • Interview with a Vietnam veteran
  • Musical collaboration: composing a social justice song
  • Student definitions of social justice
  • A survey on the issue of school safety

Social Justice Radio is the culmination of a 10-week media literacy residency conducted by Richard Hill in collaboration with History teacher Dan Roque, Math Teachers Thomas James and Cari Strand and Music teacher Nathan Trier under the auspices of the Higher Order Thinking (Hot) Schools program.

Students in this program brainstormed content, researched topics and recorded their original ideas to create the segments of this curriculum-based show.

Special thanks to HSC program coordinator Frances Pierson, our HOT School liason Paulette Jackson; to the New Haven Board of Education; and to Bonnie Koba and Amy Goldbas of the CT Office on the Arts and the CT HOT Schools program, respectively.