Lopezis just one of the 1.6 million undocumented residents in California struggling to find the means to pay for medical treatment when illness and injury unexpectedly strike.
Even though I won’t be borrowing money until the fall, I already feel its weight crushing me.
I’m 19 years old, and I’m always questioning if my actions are really worth anything. It’s hard for me to…
As leaders in a movement working with young people who have been repeatedly failed by the very institutions designed to support them, we owe it to men of color to change our system and help them reach their full potential.
The academic year came to a close last week for Oakland public schools. When classes begin in the fall, the district will have new policies limiting police activity in schools. Youth Radio’s Joi Smith commentator applauds the change.
On Saturday afternoons at Skate 4185!, a free youth program at the City Heights La Maestra Foundation on Fairmount Ave, kids utilize their skateboarding prowess while participating in trash cleanups.
Joshua Clayton tells the story of growing up in West Oakland, California.
If you stay ready, you don’t have to get ready, that’s why I believe getting dressed is the most important part of the day.
For the first time, more Latinos were accepted into University of California schools than their white counterparts. California’s nine undergraduate…