Survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are surrounded by reminders of the friends they lost. Here, three Parkland teens process the tragedy through music, poetry, and art.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas sophomore Jenna Harris turns to poetry as nothing in her world feels normal.
You should just release whatever you feel needs to be gone in that moment and what needs to be uplifted in your brain.
Youth Radio spotlights the 20th annual Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival, which features youth voices from the Bay Area and all across the world.
Youth Radio’s Soraya Shockley shares a lesson she learned from a kindergarten experience where she had to choose a crayon to match her skin tone.
Turn off the news and turn up the volume.
For some, Valentine’s Day is a bitter reminder. Check out “L.O.V.E,” a spoken word poem by Dominique Mejia from Access Sacramento TV.
Youth Radio asked 18-year-old poet, Nykearra Bush from Charlotte, North Carolina, to weigh in on the killing of Keith Lamont Scott.
Remix Your Life poet Jaylyn Burns grew up in Oakland, and she imagines a conflict between young people and police officers, from the perspective of one of the city’s parks.