Youth Radio poet and artist Kyle Lamberson talks about the unnatural elements of his surroundings, and how he feels more at home in a simple, primal environment.
When most people think of the photo sharing site Instagram, they picture an abundance of selfies or people boasting about…
Listen to Shyra Gums talk about Oakland, in an audio collage featured in the Oakland Museum of California.
Insurance. That’s the field Oscar-nominated Pixar animator and visual effects director Andrew Jimenez credits for helping to make him the…
Join youth journalists from around California on Thursday, October 24 for a live online chat about cyberbullying.
Everything changed three years ago, when my 22-year-old sister was deported to Mexico. Ever since, my family and I have lived with such emptiness in our hearts.
Is the National Security Agency spying on me? That’s what Youth Radio commentator Madeline Veira has been wondering since the NSA admitted to gathering a range data about Americans.
Take a second to imagine a different type of school environment. One where teachers and students come together to create a positive solution where both sides can benefit. Well, students in Long Beach are one step closer to that reality.
Today in America, puberty is beginning earlier than a generation ago. Researchers are debating the possible links to environmental chemicals, stress, and obesity. But regardless of cause, more and more kids are already well into puberty by the time sex education happens in school–which is usually fifth or sixth grade.