Many adults still get nervous when it comes to discussing or sharing media that depicts young people taking their lives because they’re afraid they’ll get inspired to copycat. That phenomenon even has a name, the Werther effect.
When you hear the word “privilege,” you might picture a super rich person wearing a tuxedo and eating caviar for breakfast. But it’s not just the “one percenters” who have privilege. Privilege is tied to your race, class, sexual orientation, gender identity, nationality, immigration or health status.
What steps should we take if we want to actually change ourselves — or others — for the better?
Sometimes teens’ emotions are like icebergs: what you see on the surface doesn’t really hint at what’s going on underneath.
From Republicans in Georgia to Democrats in California, we illustrated what young people from around the country said what they would need to get through election day 2016.
Making your own high quality podcast doesn’t take a lot of tech — just some creativity, a strong work ethic, and a little know-how. So what are you waiting for? Let’s make a podcast!
Data is a key part of the way we make stories, fun, relevant and accurate. In this lesson, we show you how to incorporate data into your storytelling!
Do teens today identify with political parties, or are they redefining political action? What does being politically active mean to you? #DoNowPolitics
When teens hunt for a last-minute Halloween costume, it’s often hard to walk the line between cool and offensive. How do you know when a costume or outfit is racist? What are your personal guidelines for what’s okay and what is not?