Mi Voice

This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

 

This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

 

This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

 

This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

 

This week as part of our MI Voice series, we’re bringing you short stories from youth at St. Vincent’s Children’s Home. St. Vincent’s offers a Case Planning, Stabilization and Treatment Program for children ages five to seventeen who are unable to maintain in a home setting due to safety issues.

The young people who wanted to participate wrote about following their dreams, and then read their stories aloud to us. To protect their privacy, we will refer to them with a single letter.

Monday’s story comes from a 16 year-old young lady named “K.”

 


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This week on All Things Considered, we are hearing from five of your Michigan neighbors of diverse backgrounds their perspective on race and culture. Michigan State University senior Juwan Clarke is a Detroit native who is African-American. He explained how he learned about other races by being on a bowling league.


Reginald Hardwick / WKAR Public Media

This week on All Things Considered, we are hearing from five of your Michigan neighbors of diverse backgrounds their perspective on race and culture. Clara Martinez, an Americore Vista and local dance teacher talked about being both Chicana and white and sometimes being caught in the middle of those two worlds. 


Justin Sheehan, Lansing Promise
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This week on All Things Considered, we are hearing from five of your Michigan neighbors of diverse backgrounds their perspective on race and culture. Justin Sheehan, executive director of the Lansing Promise, talks about being white and growing up in a predominately African-American neighborhood in Lansing.


Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU

This week on All Things Considered, we are hearing from five of your Michigan neighbors of diverse backgrounds their perspective on race and culture. Today, Arianna Quan talks about her experiences in Michigan. In 2016, she became the first Asian-American crowned Miss Michigan.


Reginald Hardwick / WKAR Public Media

This week on All Things Considered, we are hearing from five of your Michigan neighbors of diverse backgrounds their perspective on race and culture. Today, Lansing native Ashley Bell talks about growing up in Lansing. 


Reginald Hardwick / WKAR-MSU

How many times have you read a Facebook post or heard an argument and wonder if anyone listens to each other anymore… especially when the topic is race?? This week on All Things Considered, we are starting a series called “My Voice.”