After a sleepless night of following the election results on CNN, UC Davis student Mazie Lewis, 18, watched the sun rise over Sebastopol, California, drank a cup of tea, and headed out for a run.
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I’m 17-years-old, and I’ve never owned a cell phone.
Why do majorities of young people of color say they value gun rights over gun control but the majority of young white people say the opposite?
Most people are unaware of the symptoms of Asperger’s syndrome — they include an unusually high IQ and a difficulty surviving in the social world.
In her early teens, Christie Levine had to reconcile herself with her chronic scoliosis. In coming to terms with her disability, she also became an athlete.
Growing up not being able to go to my dad for guidance has really had an impact on my life.
Nila Venkat grew up equating white with beautiful. In her teens, she developed a stronger sense of self, and became reconciled with her identity as an immigrant and an Indian-American.
It’s been years since my dad was a regular presence in my life. Sometimes I can go a year without seeing him.
Earlier this year, more than 70 media organizations came together to focus attention on the issue of homelessness. Youth Radio was proud to be a part of this effort, shedding light specifically on the experience of homeless young people.