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“Simple things like bringing in the voting machine and let the students practice it” can help students feel more prepared to vote.
125,000 balloons dropped from the rafters on the last night of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. That iconic political moment was thanks in large part to about a hundred teenagers from Garfield Heights, just outside Cleveland, who bused to the Quicken Loans Arena the week before to blow up each and every balloon.
We talk about the “Latino vote” as if it was a thing, but in fact Latino voters are not easy…
Oakland is already changing with the arrival of tech. But the question is: will the tech industry change too, and become more diverse, as more companies move in?
Youth Radio’s Desmond Meagley explores what contributes to teen suicide, and how firearms can affect the chances of suicidal thoughts becoming reality.
Instead of sleeping in cabins, kids are building them, virtually, in the wildly popular video game Minecraft. Minecraft servers went down worldwide, which meant the camps had to shut down.
A shower is my favorite part of the day. It helps me face school in the morning, or relax in…
The highest minimum wage in the nation just went into effect in Oakland, California. Youth Radio’s Savannah Robinson asks what that means for young people here and across the nation.