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Kids These Days is a podcast hosted by teens, about teens. What we're thinking about, laughing about, and stressing about. This new, limited-run show is a collaboration between Community High School in Ann Arbor and Michigan Radio.
Identity + Sex
So many teens stress about coming out - when to do it, how to do it, who to tell, who not to tell. In this episode, we ask: Why is coming out still a thing? Plus questions about the word 'virginity' and how queer teens fit in. Want to make sure Michigan Radio continues creating projects like Kids These Days? Donate $20 today right here: michiganradio.org
|Jul 08, 2020|
Millions of teens in the U.S. have an anxiety disorder. On this episode, a 15-year old shares what it's like to live with anxiety. Plus, a conversation with the creators of the Dear Evan Hansen, the Tony Award-winning musical about a teen with persistent anxiety who yearns to connect with his peers. If you or someone you know is facing immediate harm because of suicidal or homicidal thoughts or actions, please get help now: - Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK (8255). - Text HOME to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741. - Call the University of Michigan Psychiatric Emergency Services at 734-936-5900 Mental Health resources for teens: - Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide - The Trevor Project (for LGBTQ) - HelpGuide (for teen depression) - Nemours TeensHealth (for relationships, body image, families, emotions) Additional mental health resources for parents, and families, and educators at our website. Want to make sure Michigan Radio continues creating projects like Kids These Days? Donate $20 today right here.
|Jul 01, 2020|
We've grown up in an age of fear — from school shooters, to the climate crisis, to COVID-19. In this episode, we look at how that has shaped our lives. In this episode we talk about school lockdown drills, which may not be appropriate for our younger listeners. Support the show.
|Jun 24, 2020|
Three weeks after police killed George Floyd, teens have been out on the streets to protest police brutality and systemic racism. And for a lot of us, especially for Black teens, this is a resounding cry fighting for our right to live and to live in peace. What kinds of conversations are you having with your family about race? We listen to what some of these conversations with teens are like right now, and to hear how they’ve changed over time. To give us a window into what they are, and are not, talking about. Visit michiganradio.org/kidsthesedays for more. Support the show.
|Jun 17, 2020|
Introducing Kids These Days
Kids These Days, a new podcast from Community High School in Ann Arbor and Michigan Radio’s Peabody Award-winning podcast team, offers an insider’s perspective on what it’s like to be a teenager today, in hopes of better understanding what’s contributing to the rise in anxiety for this generation. Support the show.
|May 23, 2020|