New TV Show Provides Prince George County Teens with a Platform to Speak Out and Have Their Voices Heard on Youth Issues | Communities


BOWIE, MD— A non-profit organization based in Prince George County, At your fingertips, Inc, gives local teens the opportunity to approach community issues in a fun and creative way. Teens Talk Television (TTTV), launched in 2020 and has already reached thousands of viewers.

“TTTV provides a forum for teens in the region to use their voices in a positive way and engage in conversations about issues that are important to them,” said Toni A. Smith, At hand Founder and Executive Director. “At hand believes that students should always be at hand quality education and opportunities to help them develop and achieve their dreams. We are excited to offer this platform for young people to discuss how they can take an active role in improving their communities.

TTTV’s half-hour taped programs will offer a variety of stories, perspectives and discussions between high school students, young adults and a range of residents living and thriving in Prince George County. Exhibition topics include college / career preparation, social justice, climate change, reproductive justice, youth and disabilities, and entrepreneurship.

At hand is committed to helping Maryland’s students and young adults grow and develop throughout their journey into college, work, and life. We hope TTTV reminds them that their voice matters and that by speaking out on important issues they can help others while achieving their personal goals, ”Smith added.

The show’s crew includes: Madison Harris, Solangé Muller, Madison Townsend and Tolu Dapo-Adeyemo. TTTV is broadcast on At hand‘s Youtube channel and broadcast on Public Access Channels 11 and 77 in the Town of Bowie. Each episode of TTTV includes a list of resources that help inform and further educate viewers on the topics covered.


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