In Their Own Words is an interactive that focuses on the perspectives of four young, non-binary individuals.
On the one hand, there is history to Asians being discriminated against in the U.S. But, on the other hand, some people wonder if the lawsuits, which target race-based admissions, could make schools less diverse.
Youth Radio’s Riley Lockett reviews Netflix’s ‘Dear White People’ Volume 2.
I’m half-white and half-Hispanic but until recently I only identified as white.
When thinking about college choice, how much does race matter for three black seniors from Oakland, Chicago, and Atlanta?
Young filmmakers on race and identity.
Young artists Clay Xavier and Kaylahni Lacy react to Beyonce’s epic Coachella performance.
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.
Born wealthy? If you’re a black boy, you probably won’t stay that way, according to new data.