High school student Catory Goodman get’s inspired by the black businesses in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1910s. Her intrigue leads her to a conversation with the Oakland African American Chamber of Commerce.
Youth Radio reporter Joi Smith talks with former Black Panther Party member Erica Huggins.
Reality television has faced much criticism since its rise in popularity. But Danielle Williams, a student at Brooklyn College, is more concerned that reality TV shows with predominantly african american casts may be reinforcing negative stereotypes of black people.
15 school districts in California take up the challenge to serve healthier lunchroom meals made from local ingredients.
All around the country, computer hackers, artists, and other do-it-yourselfers are meeting up in “makerspaces,” to share tools and build cool stuff together, like robots or musical instruments. Makerspaces are popping up in all sorts of places: school auditoriums, libraries, under tents at community festivals, and now, even at the hospital. Youth Radio’s Noah Nelson…