From the heart of Downtown Oakland to the shores of Hong Kong: Youth Radio brings a message about Computational…
For the first time, there are as many Millenials as there are baby boomers– so young people are in a position to make a real difference in this election. How should political candidates engage effectively with young voters? What would be your words of advice to the front-runners who want so badly to appeal to youth?
By Rafael Johns, Youth Radio With additional reporting from Desmond Meagley When military police forces raided Brazil’s Alemão favela complex…
With the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens opening this Thursday night in theaters nationwide Youth Radio offers up this Force Flashback with our visit to Master Bloch’s own San Francisco Jedi Academy.
The nation’s attention turned to the University of Missouri — better known as Mizzou — this week as a long simmering clash between student…
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?”
Sergeant Keith Gums, a retired 23-year veteran of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. Gums has trained fellow officers in the tactics of modern policing. As a general practice, Gums says he tries not to comment on other police officers’ conduct. But shortly after Michael Brown was killed in August of this year in Ferguson, Missouri, Gums walked us through the uses of force in the deaths of both Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
“The work is beautiful, you know, to work with plants, and stay here, and meet people and share stories, it’s amazing, but…you go crazy after one month.” –Nayelli, Trimmigrant from Spain.
A closer look at young people working in the booming marijuana industry, and how they navigate the grey market where growing, selling and possessing weed can be both legal and illegal.