Are your parents watching your every move? Here are a few ways parents use their cell phones to snoop on their kids.
The national conversation on family separation is at a high pitch right now. Youth Radio’s team covering the border spoke with young people from El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico–who grew up never seeing the border as a dividing line.
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Two college students take us inside their summer job: living and working with migrant families in a shelter at the Texas border.
Outrage over the Trump administration separating children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border is boiling over. Here’s a selection of young people’s tweets about it.
Being born into a family business is kind of like being born into the mafia. You are brought up knowing that one day you will have to fulfill a predetermined destiny.
Reporters Myles Bess and Billy Cruz get a sneak peak of the “Black Men For Bernie” bus drawing crowds at the DNC in Philadelphia.
If most teens told their parents who to vote for, they might think about it, but they probably wouldn’t get eight cars decked out with a candidate’s face and take off all over the country. But 17-year-old Nadia Crawford’s family isn’t exactly normal.
After a week of interviews at the DNC trying to figure out how millennials will vote in this election, we can honestly say: we have NO clue.