On 4/20 there’s a national walkout to call for an end to school shootings. For many, many young people, that’s not the primary kind of gun violence that keeps them up at night.
When Stephon “Zoe” Clark was shot and killed by Sacramento police officers in his grandmother’s backyard, he left behind two kids, a fiancé, and a broken, grieving community — my community.
Youth Radio’s Dani Tarver performs a powerful piece about the injustices young black men face growing up in America with police brutality and racial profiling.
Inspired by Colin Kaepernick, a Bay Area high school cheerleading squad begins taking a knee during the national anthem, despite backlash from coaches and spectators.
Academy Award-winning filmmaker and writer John Ridley has caused a stir by casting an Asian actress, Freida Pinto, at the center of his new Showtime series Guerrilla.
As the Black Panther Party turns 50, we take a look back at their Ten Point Program. How far have we come?
Another African American was killed. This time by a Charlotte, North Carolina police officer Betty Shelby. Officer Shelby turned herself in…
Youth Radio asked 18-year-old poet, Nykearra Bush from Charlotte, North Carolina, to weigh in on the killing of Keith Lamont Scott.
People were upset, and people were chanting things like “Black lives matter,” “Stop killing us,” “No justice no peace.” But overall it was very very calm [at first].