I was 13 years old the night I became homeless. I was fighting with family — that happened a lot — and my mom finally told me to get out. I could tell it was serious this time. So I did.
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We die for the right to love and be loved. We die protecting our own, because the law has yet to protect us. We die because we stand up for ourselves. We die to be seen.
“As a first-year college student, I hope that I’ll be able to focus more on making friends and challenging myself academically than on worrying about my safety.”
Youth Radio is piloting a first-person podcast series. Driven by diaries, music, and immersive audio, listeners get to ride shotgun with teens…
The apartment where I live in Emeryville is really swanky. But despite the on-site gym and pool minutes from my front door, I can’t wait until I can afford to move out.
By Camden Alexander, Tourette Association of America Youth Ambassador I have been playing the electric guitar since I was nine.…
My first encounter with youth depression came during my sophomore year in high school. I was only a witness and yet its impact was powerful enough to rip my life apart.
Young people want meals that are quick — and also fresh and healthy and interesting. But can they get all…
Today, young adults say they want a new kind of fast food: fresh, healthy and, if possible, connected to community. But actually delivering on what makes consumers happy — it’s something the whole on-demand food industry is still figuring out.