Sexual assault and harassment have been the main issue surrounding the Alabama Senate race. But what does this election mean for young people in Alabama? Youth Radio asked some teens from Alabama to weigh in on the issues that matter most to them in this election.
Every time we listen or watch something produced by a rapist or abuser, not only are we adding to their wealth but we are normalizing their behavior.
As sexual harassment revelations break out across the country, #MeToo continues to be in the headlines. But what’s at stake for young women entering the workplace?
I was 14 or 15 when I started rooftopping. It’s a form of urbexing, or urban exploring, where you discover the most stunning, vertigo-inducing view — either by sitting on the edge of a skyscraper or climbing up a construction crane.
My goal isn’t to brainwash him, or turn him into a little leftist, I simply want him to grow up to be a compassionate young man.
“A lot of our neighbors houses are gone. It’s just crazy. So many people just had to stay in shelters and lost everything.”
News of the Las Vegas shooting was heartbreaking, but sadly, it wasn’t shocking…because I’ve experienced gun violence in my family as well.
I’ve been interning at a tech company that makes mobile apps. Being young, black and Muslim, it’s a little intimidating working in a place without many people of color.
School dress codes are about more than just spaghetti straps — they may also reinforce disparities rooted in race, class, and gender.