About one in 12 Americans suffer from asthma, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For black youth, that rate doubles to one in six. Diamond Eugene is more than just a statistic. This is her story.
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By Camden Alexander, Tourette Association of America Youth Ambassador I have been playing the electric guitar since I was nine.…
At home, I isolate myself. When I have my anxiety attacks, usually I lay on my back or my side and I start to hyperventilate. Inside [there are] a lot of things just going through my mind, just a lot of bad things. That’s all I think about. And the more I think about it, the worse it gets. So then I usually just cry it out.
Remix Your Life poet Kyle Lamberson grew up in Oakland, and he writes about how natural resources shape human endeavors.