Even in the foster care system, there is nothing in writing that gives youth rights to access technology of any kind.
During “promposal season”–which dominates springtime on campus–the student body crowds into the main quad, pushing forward to get the best view of the latest romantic spectacle.
NPR’s Sonari Glinton and Youth Radio’s Natalie Bettendorf bridge the generational divide as they explore just what makes Snapchat so addictive for millennials in this story for NPR’s All Things Considered.
As Donald Trump takes office for his first week as the president of the United States, Youth Radio’s podcast checks…
Students from several Bay Area schools, including Berkeley High in Berkeley, California, staged walk outs in protest of Donald Trump’s election.
Earlier this year, news broke that close to 30 police officers from the Oakland Police Department, and the Richmond Police Department, and a District Attorney Inspector were accused of having sex with an underage girl. Youth Radio’s Natalie Bettendorf reports.
Today, young adults say they want a new kind of fast food: fresh, healthy and, if possible, connected to community. But actually delivering on what makes consumers happy — it’s something the whole on-demand food industry is still figuring out.
Most people are fighting to get into private school. I fought to get out.
On Thursday, November 5th, hundreds of high school students at Berkeley High walked out of their classes in response to a lynching threat found on a school computer. Youth Radio’s Natalie Bettendorf, an editor with the Berkeley High Jacket, spoke with KPFA’s Dennis Bernstein about the incident.