20something: Nigerian Student Finds Her Faith In Dialogue
The following is part of a radio and web series called "20something," profiling young people doing innovative, surprising or unusual things with their lives.
The series will run on consecutive Fridays through June, and then occasionally throughout 2012. The youth profiled include a global activist, a student veteran, a real estate entrepreneur, and political asylum seeker.
These installments cut across social divides—of religion, class, geography, legal status and education level—to reveal young Californians in their own words.
The series was reported and produced by students in Sandy Tolan's advanced radio documentary class at USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, and produced in close collaboration with KQED Producer Victoria Mauleón). Web content was developed in collaboration with Neon Tommy, Annenberg's Los Angeles-based digital news source, and edited by Neon Tommy founder Marc Cooper.
Check out "20something" from The California Report for more.