Monday, February 13, 2017

Youth Voice: SFUSD Students Attend the Women's March in DC

By Sam Piha

Sam Piha

Afterschool program leaders and youth workers do a good job of speaking on behalf of the youth they serve. However, we also think it is important to hear directly from youth. Thus, we will endeavor to dedicate a portion of this blog space to hearing directly from youth. 

High schoolers from the SFUSD participating in the Woman's March in Washington, DC
Photo Credit: Pui Ling Tam via
Sixteen students from the San Francisco Unified School District were given the opportunity to participate in the Women’s March in Washington, DC the day after President Trump’s inauguration. 

Three students —  Briana Boteo, Marianna Baines, and Aglow Logovii — recorded some of their experiences from the March, which was aired on KALW. Below, you can listen directly to them via this 6-minute interview: 

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