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Hear Me Now

A production of KUER in partnership with Nurture the Creative Mind, “Hear Me Now” hands over the microphone to a group of teens from Ogden, Utah, so they can have a conversation with someone about any topic that’s important to them.  From family to local history, depression and diversity, each episode is guided by a teen journalist, asking questions they care about.

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Ways to Connect

Episode 1: Brother

Sep 12, 2017
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KUER partners with Nurture the Creative Mind to put recorders and microphones in the hands of teenagers.  They choose who they want to talk to, and what they want to talk about.  In this episode, Ryan Gimbel sits down with fellow student Piper Deamer to talk about Piper’s brother.

Episode 2: Father

Sep 12, 2017
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Chloe McGregor talks with her mother about the death of her father.  He died when she was three years old. 


Episode 3: Ziegfeld

Sep 12, 2017
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Cooper Lavallee talks with Rick Rea, the artistic director at the Ziegfeld Theater in Ogden, Utah, about community theater between the coasts.

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Alicia Baker is passionate about diversity in all its forms.  She had conversations with Weber State University’s Chief Diversity Officer Adrienne Andrews and Ogden City Council member Luis Lopez.

Episode 5: Ogden Is

Sep 12, 2017
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Piper Deamer loves Ogden. And she wanted to find out how much of her city’s colorful history is really true. She spoke with Special Collections Curator Sarah Singh from Weber State University.

Episode 6: It’s Not Me Only

Sep 12, 2017
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Sydney Van Vliet wants young people coping with depression to know they’re not alone.  She talked with her friend Isabella Hill about their experiences with mental illness.

Hear Me Now

Sep 1, 2017
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Hear Me Now is a production of KUER in partnership with Nurture the Creative Mind. Download today on iTunesStitcher and TuneIn. You can also listen below and via KUER's mobile app