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411 Teen on 88.9 WFSU-FM

Join host Dr. Liz Holifield for "411 Teen," a locally produced program, created with teen input for a teenage audience. Guests provide insights into topics that concern adolescents. Over the last twenty years, programs have enlightened young people on countless subjects such as college admission, eating disorders, sexually transmitted disease, career planning, civic associations focusing on young people, and politics, to name but a few.

  • IB students from Rickards High School, representative of diverse political perspectives, examine and discuss the local, state, and national political climate.
  • Members of the TEMPO (Tallahassee Engaged in Meaningful Productivity for Opportunity youth) community discuss the City of Tallahassee community engagement and public safety youth program. If you are 16-24 years old, not in school or employed, and would like education and employment opportunity, TEMPO may be for you.
  • Gabriele Delmonaco is President and Executive Director of A Chance In Life, an international nonprofit that provides, shelter, food and education, including financial literacy, for underprivileged youth. Mr. Delmonaco talks with 411 TEEN.
  • Dayna Steele and Scott Schroder discuss their book 101 Ways To Rock that explores how the average person can run for political office.
  • IB students from Rickards High School, representative of diverse political perspectives, examine and discuss the local, state, and national political climate.
  • Dr. Paria Hassouri, pediatrician and mother of three, chronicles her child’s transition from male to female, and her own evolution as she overcomes deep-seated insecurities about not fitting in as an Iranian immigrant.
  • IB students from Rickards High School, representative of diverse political perspectives, examine and discuss the local, state, and national political climate.
  • Dr. Carole Lieberman discusses the effects of stress on our everyday lives, and how it has become magnified in the last year.
  • Once a troubled teen himself, and now a veteran prosecutor for the city of Los Angeles, Jonathan Crisstall, author of What They Don't Teach Teens, shares information wth teenagers and families about physical, digital, emotional and legal safety.
  • IB students from Rickards High School, representative of diverse political perspectives, examine and discuss the local, state, and national political climate.
  • Members and advisors of the Young Environmental Leaders discuss the objectives and goals of their student organization. Current environmental issues and future challenges to the environment are examined .Original airdate: February 21, 2021
  • Connor Towne O’Neill, author of “Down Along With That Devil’s Bones,” joins 411 TEEN. Connor, a white Northerner, dives deep into American history, exposing the still-raging battles over confederate monuments and the legacy of white supremacy in America.Original airdate: February 21, 2021