Youth Radio’s Dani Tarver performs a powerful piece about the injustices young black men face growing up in America with police brutality and racial profiling.
Dani Tarver performs a powerful piece about the injustice young black men face growing up in America.
Youth Radio teens and teachers sat down together to come up with a lesson plan for how educators can facilitate a productive conversation about race, police and violence, grounded in a collection of stories created by Youth Radio’s reporters and commentators.
Alameda County district supervisor Keith Carson hosted an event at Beebe Memorial Cathedral in Oakland to start public discussion about the violence against young people of color, in response to recent high-profile cases, as well as local protests.
Last summer, every day after baseball practice, I’d buy a slush from the same Quik Trip convenience store in downtown…
Minutes after arriving in St. Louis, Mo., to report on the events in Ferguson, I bumped into Cephus “Uncle Bobby”…
The fatal shooting of Michael Brown, 18, in Ferguson, MO resonated deeply with young people in Oakland and all over the country. Youth Radio sent a reporter and producer to Ferguson, MO to witness the events and amplify local youth voices and perspectives.
This video highlights the voices of African American young men growing up in Oakland, California, whose lives are touched by many of the issues raised by My Brother’s Keeper.
Coverage By Youth Radio: Coming Of Age In The Era Of Oscar Grant And Trayvon Martin NPR 18-year-old Myles Bess…