Welcome to Teens Talk TV
Teens Talk Television is a new show that captures youth voices in conversations about their growth and experiences as they navigate their journey to college, work and life. This half-hour recorded show presents a variety of stories, perspectives, and discussions between high school-aged youth, young adults, and a range of residents living and thriving in Prince George's County, Maryland.
While we are in production excitedly working on Season 2, don't miss Season 1 episodes on social justice, self-care, money, life after high school, and voting. You can watch each episode and download resources on the #TeensTalkTV media page. Join our email list to stay up-to-date.
Meet Our 2021 Broadcast Interns
Madison Harris, Host
Madison currently attends Howard University in the Nation's Capital. She is a Junior majoring in Television and Film with a minor in Community Development. Her goal after graduating is to change the narrative of African Americans in television and film. She would like to portray African Americans in a more positive way through scriptwriting.
At Howard University, Madison is Vice President of Campus Ambassador and is Community Outreach Chair for Howard University’s Chapter of March for Our Lives Organization. She is also an In Our Own Voice: National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda Fellow, which allows her to educate her fellow Howard Bison about their reproductive rights and so much more!
In her free time, Madison enjoys hiking with friends, watching Netflix, and going to brunch.
Solangé Muller, Digital Intern
Solangé is currently a sophomore at Temple University majoring in Media Studies & Production. She first became interested in media during her time in high school where she participated in the Broadcast Journalism program. Since then, she has loved all things behind the scenes for any production regardless of the type. She enjoys talking about design elements and modern media strategies. Check out her website to see some of the work she has done, https://sirquedusoleil.wixsite.com/portfolio
Madison Townsend is a recent graduate of Hampton University, in Hampton Virginia. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English with a concentration in Film. Madison’s future goals are to be a Scriptwriter for film, but particularly in Sci-Fi, Action, and Fantasy films. She believes that there should be more African American female scriptwriters in the industry as a whole. After Madison has made her mark in the industry she would like to further her career by producing and writing documentaries.
On the weekends, she enjoys meditating and traveling to new places.
Toluwanimi Dapo-Adeyemo, High School
Tolu Dapo-Adeyemo is a rising senior at North Point High School in Bensville, Maryland. Aside from being a part of the school’s magnet program as a Biotechnology student, Tolu demonstrates a deep passion for student advocacy and activism. He is currently President of the Class of 2022 at North Point, and an executive board member on his school’s SGA, the Charles County Association of Student Councils, and the Maryland Association of Student Councils. Tolu is a member of the NAACP, and currently serves as Vice President of the Youth Council of his local chapter.
On the weekends, he enjoys reading, watching anime, hanging out with friends, and writing new articles for his blog Afrocentric Academia.