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  • Kids' Corner is the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program's family radio hour created by kids, for kids. Our theme this month is "On the Farm". During this program, you will hear great songs inspired by our theme, a read-aloud book, recipe ideas, poems, an art project, and much more!
  • On this month’s episode of Brain Garden, host Jenell Hilderbrand and guest Hunter Brown talk about their shared experience of loss, grief, support systems, meditation, and hope.
  • The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program's Program Manager, Adele Craft, sits down with Kaleb Cook, board member for PFLAG Roaring Fork. They talk about the mission of the organization, ways to bring more inclusivity and equity for members of the LGBTQ2S+ community to the Roaring Fork Valley, and upcoming events.
  • Students from Riverview School in Glenwood Springs worked with the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program to write and record informative projects. Hear Zella, Mia, and Ariel talk about Typhoid Mary. To hear more pieces about pollution, epidemics, and the Harlem renaissance, click on the link below https://azyep.org/en/project/riverview-podcasts/
  • Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program intern, Zenobia Todd talks with 2022 Colorado Teacher of the Year, Autumn Rivera. They discuss what it means to be Teacher of the Year, rural education, community building, equity, and mental health.
  • Host James Steindler talks with college freshman Marlo Bowman about what it is like a be a part of the LGBTQIA+ community in the Roaring Fork Valley as a young person today and a young person 20 years ago. They also discuss the importance of GSAs (Gender Sexuality Alliance) in schools. Support for this show comes from AspenOUT.
  • On this episode of Brain Garden, host Jenell Hilderbrand talks with college senior, David Zalinsky about his mental health journey. They focus on anxiety and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as staying true to yourself and finding support networks.
  • Recent Colorado Mountain College Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies graduate, Christina Matzl, talks about her senior capstone project. We talk about factors that contribute to community involvement in climate change initiatives.
  • Recent Colorado Mountain College Sustainability Studies graduate, Jarrod Majkut, talks about his senior capstone project. We dig into the power of narrative and storytelling to influence climate action, conservation, and change.
  • Austin, Texas based band, The Deer, stopped by KDNK during the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment to drop off their new album, The Beautiful Undead, and play a few songs before their live performance at Steve's Guitars. Take a listen to youth DJ of AZYEP, Esmerelda, talking with The Deer before their show.