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Frost Illustrated along with Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation, and the Jennings Center conducted the rst Jr. Frost Conference, Aug 5-16.  The exploratory program, facilitated by Frost Advertising, Marketing & Promotions Director Nikki Tabron-Booker and Camille Curry of Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation, provided hands on training, instructional lectures and demonstrations of materials by applying them to real life scenarios of the newspaper production process. The lecture and clinical-based program covered the history of the news industry; basic knowledge and understanding of news production in print and other forms of media; general job searching skills; and enhancing communication skills. During the program, the students researched and wrote about various topics, conducted several interviews and covered press conferences with Denita Washington of Fort Wayne Girls Rock, James Scott of TGFMobile and Courtney Bowles of The Crossing.

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Name:Soniah Crawford Age:13, Grade: 8 School: Memorial Park Middle School School Activities: Bowling Hobbies: Reading, Writing, History and Singing. Motto: Life is a bunch of bananas. Name: Nate Magee Age: 17, Grade: 12 School: New Haven High School School Activities: Wrestling, basketball, track Church: Canaan Missionary Baptist Church Church Activities: Choir member, usher Hobbies: Playing basketball, video games, Twitter Motto: Respect all, fear none.

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DISCLAIMER: The opinions and views expressed by Jr. Frost program participants do not represent the views of the Jennings Center, Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department or Frost Illustrated. Jr. Frost contains the expressed independent opinions of the program’s teen participants.

Who I am
By Libby Smith
Jr. Frost Writer

Facilitator Nikki TabronBooker (center) leads a group editing session.

Television influences children, adults
By Marcalin Hairston
Jr. Frost Writer

Students conduct one of several press conferences. See page 8 for highlights.

Music industry could have influence on teens
By Rain Franko With editing assistance from Ayaisha Davis and Marcalin Hairston The music industry isn’t the same as many years ago. I’m specifically talking about rap and hip hop, and not only the industry. I’m
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talking about how it influences teens and students. When a rapper is talking about drugs and alcohol and that’s all a teen/student is listening to, can it change the way they think, act and talk? The rapper Rick Ross is a big example of what talks about in his music. Rick Ross says in his song “U.O.E.N.O:” “Put molly all in the cup/she ain’t even know it/I took her home and enjoyed that/She aint even know it.” The Rapper 2 Chainz is another rapper who talks about drugs in several of his songs. Here is an-

other example 2 Chainz song: “Crack started from the trap now I rap, no matter where i’m at I got crack.” When rappers are talking about these drugs, what do teen/ students think? Do they want to try these drugs? Will they try to drug another girl because they heard Rick Ross say it, so it makes it cool? Can a rapper change the way teens/students buy and wear their clothes? The rapper Wiz Khalifa has a particular type of style—Levi Skinnies, Chuck Taylors and a blonde patch of hair called the Wiz Patch. What became a typical outfit for teens/students?

I’m going to tell you in my perspective of influential television: First is the fact that CNN news is considered the most influential show in the last 20 years. In my opinion, however, children shows are the most influential. Those shows teach young minds right from wrong left from right and bsolutely turn them into young adults. Shows on PBS such as, Blues Clues and Dora The Explorer all have messages to guide the children in the right way. As for adults, I picked up some vital information from shows like Pawn Stars and American Pickers. You could find those on the History Channel. Pawn Stars you bring in historical items or family mementos passed down from a family member or attics—paintings, toys, baseball cards, anything. As for American Pickers, there are two guys who seek to find amazing junk all around the world—basically trash that you can turn into treasures.

I am going to tell you something about my struggle to overcome adversity: I am twice exceptional, which is someone who has two or more learning disabilities but is of very high IQ. I have dyslexia and ADHD—and I am very intelligent. But people do not see the intelligence. They just see the dyslexia or the ADHD. Because of that, my confidence in my abilities was non-existent, and from time to time it still is. I have struggled with this all my life. Following is some advice I have used to overcome. Maybe it will help you too: 1. Find humor in your mistakes. It is more fun to laugh when I use wench in a sentence when I supposed to use which. And, I remember the lesson better too. 2. Make the effort to work through the problem; around the problem; over the problem. Look at different ways to solve the problem. 3. Knock the problem down to size—like the riddle about eating the elephant: How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Problems are easier to solve in smaller components. 4. Like Mark Twain said, “I never let my schooling interfere with my education.” The whole point is to look outside the box. There is always more than one way to solve a problem. Be creative. 5. Create and sse a support team of friends, family and spiritual leaders to lean on when you are suffering from poor self-esteem. The journey may seem impossible sometimes. But, hopefully you can use some of these lessons I have acquired to ease your journey. In the words of Tim Gunn, “Make it work.”

Bullying isn’t always in person
By Nate MaGee With editing assistance from Ayaisha Davis and Marcalin Hairston
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The meaning of bullying is to talk or spread rumors about other people. Bullying can be considered teasing, talking about people, hurting someone’s feelings, leaving kids on purpose. Bullying can happen in person, but also can happen on the Internet. That is called cyberbullying. The meaning of cyberbullying is people bullying another person online/the Internet, which can put that person down. Hate mail are messages that show racism, sexism, or a form of harassment. Now bullying is not that different from cyberbullying, it’s just not in person. In everyday life, bullying is one of the main factors of suicide from ages nine through 15.



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Jr. Frost participants work on their articles.

Frost Illustrated Managing Editor Michael Patterson presents students with a news story-writing exercise. Layout & Production Manager Andy Kurzen and Writer/Ad Representative Jeanie Summerville also participated in the Jr. Frost Conference.

The state of LGBT rights
By Shondrea Johnson With editing assistance from Marcalin Hairston
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Learn the signs of dating abuse
By Ayaisha Davis Do you know when you’re in an abusive relationship? There are so many ways to tell if your relationship is becoming abusive. One minute you have someone who makes you think they love you and you are everything to them, then all of a sudden you begin to doubt love and what it really is. Warning Signs: • The person you thought loved you becomes controlling and may make you feel like you are nothing. • Eventually, you begin to feel isolated from your family and friends. • When your partner is unhappy about something you feel nervous or they make you feel like it’s your fault. • You start to realize that your opinion doesn’t matter and everything has to go their way, whether its right or wrong. • You may eventually become afraid of your partner, doing things they would not normally do. Allowing this to continue may take
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Alcoholism and alcohol
By Soniah Crawford Alcohol is the one drink that causes hangovers and sometimes is very addictive. Also, alcohol can cause problems like low selfesteem, depression, anxiety and other mood problems. In the U.S., people begin drinking alcohol in their mid-teens. Alcohol can affect teens, women, men and the elderly quite differently. If you drink alcohol there’s two signs that you know you drank some alcohol, and they are: • The smell of alcohol in the breath and • The smell of it on the skin. Another sign of a person who drinks alcohol is if they have glazed bloodshot eyes. Alcohol abuse affects about 10 percent of women and 20 percent of men in the U.S. Almost 2,000 people under 21 years of age, die each year in car crashes, which are caused by under age drinking. Drinking too much alcohol can make you dizzy and kind of crazy. Alcohol is involved in nearly half of all violent deaths involving teens. Most people die because they were drunk and they were also driving. Alcoholism starts because young kids get depressed easily and some people get too depressed and start to drink a lot. If you drink alcohol then you will most likely start to smoke, and smoking can get you lung cancer and you can die from that too. There is 12.5 percent alcohol in
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the average wine and an average five percent of alcohol is in beer. When you get pulled over by the police, they tell you to get out of your car and walk a white or a yellow line. You will also have to take a test called the breathalyzer test, which means that you will have to breath in the tube and it tells the police if you have been drinking or not. If it is higher than .08 percent, then you’re going down. One more thing about drunk driving is that the police can do another test to see if you’re really drunk and that is: they give you a dizzy mask and a ball. The police will throw the ball and if you don’t catch it, you’re going to jail. Alcohol is the most commonly used psychoactive drug in the world. Alcohol is very much so poison, you can have relationship problems and mental problems. Also beer, wine, and whisky are poison for your brain and your body.

LGBT is an organization originally formed in the lateto mid-1980s. LGBT stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender Organization. This Organization helps gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgenders accept themselves. LGBT is not accepted in all states. Ninety-four countries have signed an LGBT rights declaration in the UN General Assembly as sponsors of the 2011 rights resolution. Fiftyfour countries had signed a statement opposing LGBT right in 2008—initially 57 but three switched to support LGBT rights. Forty-six countries have not officially opposed or supported LGBT rights in the UN. The LGBT rights are actually human rights and civil rights. The LGBT rights never actually gained acceptance in the United States. States are now slowly letting gays get married. I think that all tates should let gays get married. If you love somebody, nobody can stop you from loving that person.

away your identity, which means you may no longer be yourself, but you feel like a robot on call for your partner. Some things you may do to try and prevent becoming in an abusive relationship: • Beware of characteristics of the person you’re in a relationship with. • Observe how the person treats others, such as being respectful, not degrading people. • Pay attention to if that person wants to know about you, or just wants to talk about themselves. • Look for the person if they trying to be overly cocky or insecure. People who are insecure tend to be more abusive to others. If you need more tips go to http://findyouthinfo.gov/youthtopics/teen-dating-violence/resources. Finally if you find yourself in an abusive relationship, look for options to leave. You may need a plan, or family support, if your partner is not willing to get help. Remember, you deserve better. “It’s better to be alone for the rest of your life, then to be with bad company for a minute,” according to Big Momma from the movie “Big Momma’s House: Like Father Like Son. If you need more tips go to www.stayteen.org/dating-abuse/.

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