Young people express their feelings about white supremacists rallying in different parts of the Bay Area on the weekend of August 26th, 2017.
Tensions rose across the Bay Area all week ahead of a planned Far Right rally, but when it failed to launch the streets of San Francisco turned into a party.
Listen in as Berkeley High Students discuss what it feels like to have their school become a protest zone for white supremacists… again.
Right now, a lot of teens are asking the adults in their lives: Should I take to the streets to oppose the rallies, or avoid the whole thing all together?
“[I] seized the opportunity of an open call to be a part of the Indian Student Association fashion show on campus as a model… Despite my different racial identity, this made me feel accepted as a minority for the first time at Cal Poly.”
The fate of a program intended to help young parents stay in college is at stake as two visions of America’s educational future clash.
I was six when I met my mom for the first time. We were at the Oakland Zoo at an event where people meet foster kids. This tall, caucasian woman walked up to me and offered to get me a slice of pizza.
Education has always been important to me. But so is financial responsibility. With the proposed cuts to college financial aid, those two goals are harder to reach.
We sat down with former NFL player, now actor Nnamdi Asomugha, to discuss his new movie Crown Heights, releasing August 18th 2017.