When thinking about college choice, how much does race matter for three black seniors from Oakland, Chicago, and Atlanta?
It was the first time I had ever heard that word. I didn’t know how to react. I had many questions. Should I be upset? Could I call the white student the n-word too? Who invented this word? Do adults use the word?
The first time someone directed a racial slur towards me… it took me a few moments to process what I had just heard. I was taken aback, but not exactly surprised. After all, there I was, a Filipina reporter covering a Pro-Trump rally.
As part of our partnership with the New York Times Race/Related, Youth Radio correspondents from around the country described their lasting memories of a first encounter with racism.
It seemed like no matter where I was, I wasn’t either not white enough or not Mexican enough. But I found my inspiration to pull through it all in an unexpected place: music.
Recently, commentator Sierra Fang-Horvath participated in a school-wide diversity exercise that revealed more than she ever expected.
President Obama just recently announced a new initiative called My Brother’s Keeper. The idea of the initiative is to focus…
Should there be a Black History Month? It’s a question that comes up every February. Youth Radio asks teens what they think.