11th graders crammed into a library at Bravo High School. Photo by Noemí Pedraza.

This week, Boyle Heights Beat youth reporters have been busy talking to their peers about how the LAUSD teachers’ strike is affecting them.

Bravo Medical Magnet High School junior Andy García talked to Emily Solórzano, a 24-year-old teachers’ assistant at his school. He also spoke to Bravo students Charissa Barrento and Tedmy Isabeles, as well as to a student at Oscar de la Hoya charter hight school, Angel Romero.

Hear his interviews here:

Also at Bravo, junior Valentina Guevara-Hernández spoke to senior Jesse Fabián. Here’s her interview:

Boyle Heights Beat is a bilingual community newspaper produced by its youth "por y para la comunidad". The newspaper and its sister website serve an immigrant neighborhood in East Los Angeles of just under...

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