Videos from MNN's Youth Channel
Tattoos are increasingly popular as a form of bodily self-expression.
Graffiti in NYC Part 2
An interview with James Top, who has been active as a graffiti artist in NYC since the 1970s.
The story of how Chinatown was once one of NYC's most violent areas.
Grand Central Vs. Penn Station
A quick guide to the history of New York City's two iconic train stations.
Sleep difficulties can pose a variety of problems for those who are afflicted.
Men of Color in Fashion
An interview with fashion designer Ilbert Sanchez.
East Harlem-based artist Manny Vega creates murals and other visual art in the neighborhood.
A look at a notable bridge lurking in Midtown Manhattan.
An exploration of one of The Bronx's defining neighborhoods.
A big new installation of public art in Central Park is drawing attention.
Games In Our Society
Video games are increasingly central to American culture.
Women In History Game
Three young women play a game identifying famous women in history.
Roosevelt Island and The Smallpox Hospital
A quick historical tour of a landmark hospital on Roosevelt Island.
Graffiti in NYC
A look around at the prominent street art in NYC.
Busking is the number one source of free entertainment in New York City.
We Are Here
LGBTQ youth express their concerns about media representation.
This Home Is Not Broken
Single moms share their stories of empowerment, and discuss the necessity for more childcare and safe parenting resources.
Young Lords Way
The Young Lords are honored with a street re-naming in East Harlem.
The story of how Laquan assumed a different position in his family after the death of his father.
The Youth Channel talks about the benefits of fitness and gives a few tips on how to get motivated.
War on Drugs
The Youth Channel chats with a current cannabis user about why he began to smoke, and the stereotypes he, amongst others, are categorized under due to the consumption.
Perspectives On Student Loans
The Youth Channel's Tamara speaks with current and future college students about the pros and cons of student loans.
The Youth Channel explores how art can tackle mental health issues through self expression.
Cure For Conflict: Prison System
The Youth Channel's Bilal talks about the United States prison culture, and how mass incarceration has had no positive impact on crime.
The Youth Channel talks with Dulce Martinez who was brought to the United States as a young girl by her parents, and shares the obstacles she faced to become DREAMer.
The Youth Channel breaks down German Expressionism and how it has influenced current mainstream artists and filmmakers.
The Youth Channel focuses on fast food restaurants and how the FDA doesn't properly regulate what goes inside the food.
Dealing With the MTA
The Youth Channel talks with locals about riding the Subway and whether they believe the price hikes match up to the service.
The Youth Channel's Ari speaks on gender identity, and how it plays a role on their day-to-day decisions, appearance, and sexuality.
Swipe It Forward
The Youth Channel chats with activists about the rise of New York City's Public Transportation costs and its affects on low income communities.
Homeless Youth in NYC
The Youth Channel speaks with members of Picture the Homeless about the misconception of homeless youth in New York City.
The Youth Channel visits their local super market to find some healthy alternatives from the fast food restaurants.
Harlem Community Rap
The Youth Channel's Brazil raps about the importance of history and characteristics of East Harlem in the rise of gentrification.
AIDS At Home
The Youth Channel visits the Museum of the City of New York to speak with a fellow about the "AIDS At Home" exhibition and how it shines a spotlight on untold personal stories of struggles during the AIDS epidemic.
Blurring Gender Lines: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
The Youth Channel talks with Alexandera Ross about her experience with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as a female, and how the sport increased her body positivity.
The Youth Channel chats with "A.P." about the obstacles he had to face in Singapore and how the United States allowed him to get a proper education for his learning disability.
Have you ever watched your favorite television show, and wished you worked on set? MNN's Youth Channel makes it easy for young adults to get hands-on experience on basic studio production while learning to think critically about media and social justice issues. YC provides free training in technical, creative and social aspects of media-making, so you are one step closer to producing your own show.
If you have invested the time to produce a video, you deserve to have it shared. MNN's Youth Channel not only offers facilities and classes for you to learn how to make media, but they also give students the platform to have their work aired on TV.