Youth Radio Raw is a weekly radio show produced by Bay Area high schoolers, ages 14-18. Students partner with professionals to learn the basics of journalism, music production, and multimedia.
I like the sounds of the fields, hearing people speaking Spanish and the radio blasting ranchera tunes. It sounds like my childhood.
Even in the foster care system, there is nothing in writing that gives youth rights to access technology of any kind.
Two undocumented teens: One lives in a sanctuary city, and one does not. In paired essays, they describe how a sanctuary state would change their lives.
I feel safe in my community. Which isn’t that unusual. Except I’m not just any kid. I’m undocumented.
There’s a ticking clock always in the back of my mind. I need to graduate and become financially independent before the support I get from the foster care system disappears.
Until November of last year, California prosecutors could bypass the juvenile justice system, charging minors in adult courts without any…
Welcome to the 3rd episode of Turnt Up Station on Youth Radio Raw. Make sure you tune in every week on Fridays from 6:15 to 7:35.
Juan Prieto, a UC Berkeley senior and DACA student, will graduate in May 2017. He worries that his plans for work and law school might become impossible under the Trump administration.