Buddhism. The word evokes images of meditation, shaved monks, and the mantra of “love and peace.” What the word is…
Harassment, Deportation, Race Relations. Young people express their fears and hopes about President Trump’s potential policies, looking ahead to a new presidency.
After a sleepless night of following the election results on CNN, UC Davis student Mazie Lewis, 18, watched the sun rise over Sebastopol, California, drank a cup of tea, and headed out for a run.
Our friends at Wide Angle Youth Media in Baltimore, Maryland talked with local youth to get their reactions to the election of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States of America.
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.
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.
“Simple things like bringing in the voting machine and let the students practice it” can help students feel more prepared to vote.
Another week has come and gone in the craziest election ever, and we’ve round up what matters in the quest to earn the youth vote.
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?