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No One's Source: How Not To Screw Up Someone Else's Story (Youth Radio, 2017)

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Delivered at the 2017 Third Coast International Audio Festival

Our reporting relies on sources like anyone else’s--but we work with young people--teenagers and young adults--who too often show up only as sources, as reporters. They do the work, they get the byline. They’re in the process the whole time and get final editorial say.

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No One's Source: How Not To Screw Up Someone Else's Story (Youth Radio, 2017)

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