January 15, 2024

Streaming Justice 2024

May 20, 2017

Streaming the Future Webcast 2017

On May 20, 2017, teens from Pittsburgh Perry, Carrick High School, Winchester Thurston, Pittsburgh Westinghouse, Cornell Area High School, Fox Chapel High School, and North Allegheny Intermediate School discussed their outlooks, hopes, and concerns for the future in this live stream podcast. Listen to the hour-by-hour segments below!

January 16, 2017

Streaming Justice Webcast 2017: Students Honor MLK

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, high school students hosted Streaming Justice, a live five-hour webcast. From 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., participants hosted the live webcast, selected the songs played during their segments and learned about the equipment used in a live broadcast. Discussions covered topics such as civil rights, youth engagement, public education and other matters of justice and equity.

Students that participated in Streaming Justice are from area schools including Oakland Catholic, Central Catholic, Baldwin, PA Distance Cyber Charter, CAPA, Perry and Manchester Academic Charter School.

January 18, 2016

Streaming Justice Webcast 2016: Students Honor MLK

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, high school students hosted Streaming Justice, a live five-hour webcast. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., participants hosted the live webcast, selected the songs played during their segments and learned about the equipment used in a live broadcast. Discussions covered topics such as civil rights, youth engagement, public education and other matters of justice and equity.

Students that participated in Streaming Justice are from area high schools including Barack Obama Academy, City Charter, North Allegheny, Oakland Catholic, Pittsburgh Allderdice, Pittsburgh CAPA, Propel Braddock Hills, Westinghouse and Woodland Hills Academy.

January 19, 2015

Streaming Justice Webcast 2015: Students Honor MLK

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, high school students hosted Streaming Justice, a live four-hour webcast. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., participants hosted the live webcast, selected the songs played during their segments and learned about the equipment used in a live broadcast. Discussions covered topics such as civil rights, youth engagement, public education and other matters of justice and equity.

Students that participated in Streaming justice are from area high schools including Pittsburgh CAPA, Upper St. Clair, Oakland Catholic, Fox Chapel Area and one home-schooled student.