Youth Communications Concepts



Beverly Morrison-Green, Executive Producer & Radio / TV Special Instructor Detroit Public Schools presents the following radio programs produced by students of the Detroit School of Arts


SIS: Sisters Inspiring Sisters
7:00 p.m. | First Wednesday of each month

Sisters Inspiring Sisters is a non-profit agency in the City of Detroit, created by Detroit School of Arts alumni Nakesha Woods (class of 1997). Topics for the show includes dating violence, women who beat the odds, female professionals, DPS success, teen pregnancy, STI prevention, and much more.SIS is hosted and produced by DSA student Ejiro Enajero; co-host Nakesha Woods; editor, Antonio Smith; Executive producer, Beverly Morrison-Green.

MOMENTUM-Moving Our MEN Toward Upward Mobility
7:30 p.m. | First Wednesday of each month

The inspiration for MOMENTUM developed after talking with young men at Detroit Public Schools and seeing their determination not to fall into the statistical web of the inner city.  MOMENTUM will inspire, encourage, and support the aspirations of young people with stories of success against the odds, boosting self-esteem and positive attitudes, celebration of manhood, building job skills and much more. MOMENTUM is hosted by DSA alumni Brandon Clark; producer/editor, Antonio Smith; executive producer, Beverly Morrison-Green.

Can U Relate
7:00 p.m. | Second Wednesday of each month

A teen talk show produced for and by Detroit Public Schools students to voice their concerns, frustrations, issues, and to celebrate successes.Can U Relate deals with real-life subject matter of Detroit students including, teen violence, social media, non-profit youth organizations and foundations, literacy issues, DPS success stories, getting into college, and much more. Can U Relate is hosted and produced by Detroit School of Arts senior, Jonathan Hosey; editor Jordon Buckner; executive producer, Beverly Morrison-Green.

Uniquely Gifted
7:30 p.m. | Second Wednesday of each month

Uniquely Gifted highlights the accomplishments of individuals with unique challenges. Uniquely Gifted is hosted and produced by DPS alumni Ericka Fletcher and created by DPS teacher (Communication Media Arts) Michelle Parizon (executive producer). Beverly Morrison-Green, producer.

Literature, Lyrics, and Lines
7:00 – 8:00 p.m. | Third Wednesday of each month

Literature, Lyrics, and Lines will feature guests who have written books, short stories, poems spoken word, songs, inspirational rap, plays, television shows, radio shows, scripts, and screen plays. The students also introduce listeners to Detroit area literary organizations and publishers. Literature, Lyrics, and Lines is hosted and produced by Detroit School of Arts graduate Akil Alvin; editor Antonio Smith; executive producer Beverly Morrison-Green.