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Based in Central NY, Teen Talk is a radio show for teens and hosted by teens. We promote teen voices for good choices.

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In recognition of Autism Awareness Month, Teen Hosts Shannon, Ayana, and Tre' interview Andrea Reid-Jett, author of My Life with Autism, One Tear at a Time. They discuss what autism is and why autism awareness is important, and... more

Teen Hosts Jackie, Brooke, and Kia talk with Kelly Murphy, Licensed Creative Arts Therapist, about how to kick start your day in a positive way.

Teen Hosts Tim and Devin talk to Ilario Huober from JCC's The Spot about things to do during Spring Break as well as activities offered year-round at The Spot.

Teen Hosts Tim and Shannon discuss abuse and Vera House's annual White Ribbon Campaign with guests Tiffany Braley and Raheem Mack.

In celebration of Women's History Month, teen Hosts Janae and Jackie discuss women's history as well as current issues faced by women. They are joined by guests Lisa Goldberg, history teacher from Cicero-North Syracuse High School,... more

Teen Hosts Tim and Karla interview guests from Alateen, a fellowship of young people whose lives have been affected by the problem drinking of a family member or friend. They discuss the circumstances that brought them to Alateen,... more

Teen Host Jackie discusses race and culture issues with teens Karla and Tre'.

How can bystanders help prevent relationship and sexual violence? Our guests this week are Vasi Kanneganti and Joe Andrade, Syracuse University students who are involved with the campus Advocacy Center.

Teen Talk's topic this week is body image. How does the media affect body image in teens? Our guests are Teri Del Rosso, whose research includes media images, teen girls, and identity; and Harriet Brown, Professor of Journalism and... more

Our topic this week is health relationships. How do you define a healthy relationship? Our guest is Cindy Squillace, Counselor with Contact Community Services' Student Assistance Program.

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