Survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are surrounded by reminders of the friends they lost. Here, three Parkland teens process the tragedy through music, poetry, and art.
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Everyone has anxiety about what to do when the people at their Thanksgiving table say uncomfortable or offensive things. Teens deal with that too. Youth Radio asked three teens how adults misbehave at their tables and how they deal.
It shouldn’t be a newsflash that not all Asian-Americans do well in school, but the model minority stereotype makes the actual problems in these communities invisible.
What does “safe space” mean exactly? This phrase takes center stage in the coverage of campus protests around the country, but Youth Radio tries to unpack the phrase from several different perspectives.
Laurent Scotto di Uccio, who teaches 5th grade French, asks his students, “I don’t know if you know, but something happened in Paris and in Lebanon not long ago. Did you hear about it?”
The struggle to get the perfect gift on Valentine’s Day is ever looming — especially for high school and college students. Some young people at Youth Radio took on the perennial question “What do I give that special person on February 14th?”
Even the strongest lgbtqqia advocates I know, struggle with the T part. Trans-gender.