In the wake of the election of Donald Trump, we drop in on conversations teens are having among themselves — from a cautiously optimistic college republican in Georgia, to a concerned circle of Latinos teens in DC, to passionate group of high school protesters in Berkeley.
Students from several Bay Area schools, including Berkeley High in Berkeley, California, staged walk outs in protest of Donald Trump’s election.
What does Donald Trump’s win mean for young people around the country? Youth Radio asked three voters who cast a ballot for president for the first time.
Now that Donald Trump is the President, the Republican party needs a reset.
Election Day has arrived! We’ll keep updating this page as we get live updates, videos, and reactions from young people across the country.
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.
This election has seen a lot of big talk about returning to lost greatness or better times.
Welcome back to another week in the election that never ends. Have you started to wonder what life was like before every waking moment was consumed by the presidential race?
When Bernie took the stage to end the night, the environment felt more like watching a band perform its last concert than a convention speech in the arena, complete with teary eyed supporters and a deafening silence from everyone but the senator himself.