We sat down with one of the founding members of Zero Hour, an environmental and climate justice group founded by teens.
California young people weigh in on why they are voting and what issues they care most about during this election cycle.
Angeleno Pablo De La Hoya reviews the first episode of “Vida,” the new show on Starz that follows two sisters dealing with gentrification, race, and LGBT identity in East LA.
Boyle Heights faces a new twist on an old problem: can people gentrify the neighborhood where they grew up?
Back in El Salvador, I didn’t really know what “racism” was. After being in the U.S. for a while, I learned the meaning and impact of that word.
As part of our partnership with the New York Times Race/Related, Youth Radio correspondents from around the country described their lasting memories of a first encounter with racism.
Zola Cervantes, 17, knows the impact deportation can have on a family first hand. Her dad was deported when she was 11. This story was produced by Youth Radio in collaboration with Boyle Heights Beat.
My experience of moving has taught me that letting go of your past and changing your environment can sometimes be an extremely renewing experience.
Youth Radio’s Nanette Thompson has to lead with her wallet rather than her dream when it comes to picking her college.