Major news outlets rely heavily on captivating headlines to attract readers. And some media companies go so far as to use A/B testing, which turns headline writing into a numbers game.
Thankfully, family, tradition, culture, and language don’t just evaporate. They’re just below the surface, waiting to be rediscovered.
Until recently, 20-year-old Skarlett and her younger siblings lived in a homeless shelter in downtown San Francisco. Skarlett is currently the caretaker of her younger brother and sister. She told her story to Youth Radio’s Amber Ly.
“Even though it’s lonely, that actually makes me work harder. I feel like us being in the computer science major is going to open up doors for younger women of color to go in.”
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When I was a student at Oakland High School just a few years ago, my classmates and I had never…