#1 If you don’t pay attention while driving, you could end up in Mexico.
The national conversation on family separation is at a high pitch right now. Youth Radio’s team covering the border spoke with young people from El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico–who grew up never seeing the border as a dividing line.
14-year-old James came with his mom from Brazil to seek asylum in the US. When they crossed the border, they were arrested, detained, and separated for nine months.
Two college students take us inside their summer job: living and working with migrant families in a shelter at the Texas border.
Amber Estupinian, 21, a nurse technician, explains what it was like to work at a hospital taking in patients from the Santa Fe High School shooting.
Gun ownership in Texas is treated as a birthright. The right to bear arms is not in question, but the need to prevent guns from falling into the wrong hands is.
In light of today’s tragic shooting in Santa Fe, Texas, you might have some questions about gun laws in the state.
This morning there was yet another mass shooting at a U.S. school. Here’s what students at Santa Fe High School and around the nation are saying about the shooting.
The sit-in began in response to the failed impeachment of student government president Connor Clegg, who allegedly posted racist and sexist images on his personal Instagram account.