Show: Listen Up! Minneapolis Youth Radio Meghan Muffett
Listen Up! Minneapolis Youth Radio
Fridays at 5 pm
Listen Up! is a weekly show hosted by a group of rotating youth & young adults from the Twin Cities. From elementary school youth to college students, hosts bring a range of original content, conversations and music selections.
Produced by Emily Krumberger, Youth Worker
Hosts: Buffond & Macho Nacho
First & third Friday of the month
Hey guys, it’s your best friend Buffond, coming at you awkweirdly with me and Macho Nacho’s show, AwkWeird! A radio show where we talk about anything random and try to be funny. Tune in and listen at KRSM.
Macho Nacho is your average Minnesotan who loves conspiracy theories and the Beatles. In her spare time, you can find a wild Macho Nacho lying in the grass and plotting world domination.
Buffond: This is your captain speaking, welcome aboard the crazy express! To your left you will see Buffond pick up the guitar at age 6. Age 6 was the age she started many things like volleyball, guitar, and other things. To your right you will see that she was born in Vermont and at age 1 she moved to Minnesota. For most of her life she lived in Burnsville. When she was 8 she finally moved to Minneapolis. And in front of you, you will see the girl you see today, quirky and crazy, and she will show you through it all as she goes.
1st Gen is a show where we talk about political & social issues and everything in between.
Britney, who goes by her last name “Chino” on the show, is a first generation Mexican-American activist who enjoys casual things such as, 70s music, Seafood, and dismantling White supremacy. She is captain of her high school’s Debate Team, and is Co-president (along with Co-host Ijeoma) of her schools Discussion club, Multicultural Student Union and is Senior president of Women’s Empowerment Club. Although uptight, Britney also enjoys not-so-serious pastimes such as makeup and swimming.
Ijoema is a Nigerian American girl with a passion for debating ideas, learnings, trying new experiences and changing her community, including creating inclusive environments for youth.