The kNOw Fresno

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The kNOw Youth Media equips young people with media and storytelling skills to uplift their stories and the stories of their communities, amplifies youth voice through media partnerships and encourages civic engagement through community health reporting.

The kNOw has existed since 2006 and produces annual print publications distributed by The Fresno Bee, produces web content on a weekly basis, runs a Twitter, Facebook and Instagram account with relevant youth content and produces multimedia content year round.

To learn more visit theknowfresno.org or contact Kody Stoebig at [email protected] or (559)303-7899.

Latest Stories from The kNOw Fresno

Fresno’s First Youth-Led Mayoral Candidates Forum

Nicholas James Doris (he/him/his) | February 19, 2020
Government
On Tuesday, February 11, 2020, the six months of hard work that the members of Youth Leadership Institute’s Fresno Youth…

Artist Spotlight: The Re-Ignition of Real RnB from Ari Lennox

Ivan Vicente Manriquez (he/him/his) | February 4, 2020
Arts and Culture
2019: A year of new faces, new sounds and new developments in music.  We saw the spectacular emergence of interesting…

Fresno Marches to Honor Martin Luther King Jr. (2020)

Maria Torres (she/her/hers) | January 29, 2020
Communities, Government
  In June of 1964, Martin Luther King Jr. led a march to Ratcliffe Stadium to present a speech to…

Play With The Kitty: Doja Cat’s “Hot Pink” Album Review

Ivan Vicente Manriquez (he/him/his) | January 23, 2020
Arts and Culture
“I wanna get freaky on camera. I love when we get freaky on camera.” No, that is not a line…

How Young People Are Leading A New Agricultural Revolution in the Central Valley

Kody Stoebig (she/her/hers) | December 12, 2019
Environment
When people think of agriculture, most picture a farmer cultivating their crops and raising livestock. And yes, that’s a huge…

Concentration Camps: From Japanese Internment to Today’s Detention Facilities

Raymart Catacutan (he/him/his) | December 4, 2019
Government
“After Pearl Harbor, there were talks about rounding us up, to which we began calling ourselves Japanese-Americans. Up to that…