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

Quarantine Culture

Rocky Walker (he/him/his) | April 9, 2021
Government
The day is ending meaning the mass protests will soon turn to mass riots. Cars full of students dressed from…

Online Learning: One Student’s Take

Alexis Zuniga (she/her/hers) | March 25, 2021
Education
The year 2020 presented itself as a year that no one will forget. As we all faced different challenges, one…

A Trans Experience

Ashens Limon (he/him/his) | March 18, 2021
Community Health
Being a transgender person has never been easy, there’s no question about that. But people who are not transgender themselves…

The Truth About “White History Month”

Ifeanyi Nwonye (she/her/hers) | March 8, 2021
Communities, Government
Amber Ruffin’s segment called How Did We Get Here? addresses the recurring question of racist white people during this time…

Shop Local & Shop Black Owned

Michael Yamamura (he/him/his) | February 26, 2021
Communities
We’re at the tail end of February, which means it’s almost the end of Black History Month. But just because…

Rise And Grind: The Bane or The Saving Grace of 2020?

Ifeanyi Nwonye (she/her/hers) | January 14, 2021
Community Health
Spoiler Alert: I’d argue for the former. #NoExcuses and #RiseAndGrind are a portion of social media most commonly found on…