Born wealthy? If you’re a black boy, you probably won’t stay that way, according to new data.
It’s always awkward when kids I know come in as customers. The underlying context is clear: Instead of being out having a good time on a Saturday night, I’m at work, serving them.
Jobs are hard to come by in Appalachia, and chances are slim that I can stay here and be successful at the same time.
Four teens reflect on how race and class played a role in their summer employment. Read our latest for The New York Times’ Race/Related newsletter.
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.