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The teens discuss where they'd like to go for summer vacation. 
School Counselor Elisa Di Lolle discusses "Flight-Fright Freeze Mode" - built in biases young people of color grow up with that cause learning difficulties, and how to develop coping strategies to deal with them. 
 Director Ajeane Knibye from the Boys and Girls Club of NJ gives the teens advice on their futures.  
The teens discuss whether it's fair for boys who change gender to female should play team sports. More! The answers may surprise you. 
Rutgers U. Career Counselor Jovin Fernandez gives an inspired talk with the teens. "Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved." - Helen KellerJoin us! 
Today the teens discuss Jim Crow #2 anti-voting legislation in Georgia and the unaccompanied children crisis on the border. Insightful! 
Occupational Therapist Beau Younker is the teen's guest on The STEMCivics Show! Join us every day at 3 pm eastern for The STEMCivics Show @PANJRadio. 
Sesky and the teens discuss a variety of issues including how old one should be to have a cell phone. More! 
Mister Paul asks the kids about their favorite pet, whether lying is good or bad, and other life lesson questions. 
Hacking expert Jason Nickola talks with the teens about cyber hacking and how to get into the field. 
Educator Ragasten Paul, Director of Program Development, Florida Department of Education and Dean/Radio Host Sesky Paul's younger brother, discussed history and how the kids can make history in their lives in a lively discussion. 
Today during a raging blizzard across the east coast, the teens get together on zoom to discuss movies, and how current politics have influenced them. 
Two Princeton Students speak with the teens about life ambitions.
CBS CW3 Philly Sports Anchor Pat Gallen answers the teens questions in a candid hour of great radio. Tune in! 
The teens host Perry Shaw III, a former corrections officer interested in helping those in need. Excellent show today! 
This week the teens welcome Lakewood, NJ Police Sergeant Peter LaRosa to the show. Together they discuss what it's like to be a police officer. 
The teens quiz the mayor of Ewing, then discuss how the interview went with Dr. Paul. 
The teens discuss how Covid-19 has affected their neighborhoods. 
Featuring D.A. Graham who discusses the importance of voting, reading, making an impact on other's stereotypes,  and getting involved in your life. 
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