Bullied: Teen Stories from Generation PRX

Bullying isn't a new story, but lately, it's all over the news.

2012 / Catie Talarski / Jones Franzel / PRX.org, USA

Bullying isn't a new story, but lately, it's all over the news.

And while young people are often the targets and the offenders in bullying, they rarely get the opportunity to tell their own stories. In Bullied: Teen Stories from Generation PRX, stories from victims, teachers, and even the bullies themselves provide a frank, provocative window into the range and reality of bullying culture.

Bullied was supported by a grant from Motorola Mobility Foundation. It's produced by Connecticut Public Radio and presented by the Public Radio Exchange.

To read more about Bullied and see photos of the producers featured in the documentary, check out the Generation PRX site.

Go to Behind the Scenes to listen to parts 2 and 3, and read an interview with producers Jones Franzel and Catie Talarski.

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Catie Talarski

Catie Talarski is the executive producer at WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio.

Jones Franzel

As project director of Generation PRX, Johanna (Jones) Franzel feels she has the best job ever: helping youth radio groups share their stories with the world. To date, GPRX has collaborated on eight youth specials. Franzel is also senior producer for Blunt Youth Radio's Incarcerated Youth Speak Out Project and co-founded "Youth Noise Network," at the Center for Documentary Studies. She studied at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. Franzel is fluent in Spanish, Swedish and toddler-ese, thanks to her two-year-old.

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