Beautiful graphics and geotagged tweets show — in real time — just how widespread the #NeverAgain movement has become.
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Reflections from a team of young developers on how they made interactive websites about DACA, in the process learning a whole lot about immigration policy, the ins-and-outs of data analysis, and the challenges–and rewards!–of learning to code.
Hey, you found Mood Ring — Youth Radio’s app that helps you track emotions, reach out to friends, and feel…
Earlier this year, I attended the Girls in Tech Amplify Women Pitch competition in San Francisco. As an aspiring founder,…
Don’t Get Faked is a quick quiz to test your B.S. detection skills and show you if you’ve got a nose for fake news. And it has a bunch of resources to help you become an even sharper news sleuth.
How exactly does the foster care system even work? This interactive walks you through the different stages through the eyes of a foster youth.
At the Youth, Learning, and Data Science Summit in August at UC Berkeley, Senior Editor Lissa Soep shared projects and…
Run 4 Prez is a race-style game where you compete against an opponent to see who gets to the White House first. Get your electoral facts wrong, and your campaign will be left in the dust. Get your facts right, and you’ll out-run your competitor for the win!
Asha Richardson shares how we created West Side Stories (Oaktown) – our interactive map of gentrification at Creative Mornings. Creative Mornings is a breakfast lecture series for the creative community.