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Mass shootings have become an epidemic in the United States. In response to the recent shooting in Texas, Trump said he thinks that “mental health is the problem here.” He specifically said “this isn’t a guns situation.”
In this week’s podcast, Maya Cueva travels to McAllen, Texas in the Rio Grande Valley, to learn about what the only abortion clinic in the entire 1800 square mile region means for the community and activists on both sides of the abortion debate.
In the podcast this week, we tackle the state of transgender rights. Where do we stand? What has changed? And how do young people feel about it?
Mercedes Soto, 32, is praying outside Whole Woman’s Health, in McAllen, Texas. It’s the last remaining abortion clinic in the…
But the more I hear talk about “rural” communities like ours, the less I feel like the rest of the country understands us at all. People seem to think we’re living in the past.
We asked current University of San Francisco student and former high school class president, Reyna Brown, about the trials and tribulations of governing, from planning events, to changing the world.
As a young black man, having a president that looks like me gives me a real feeling of empowerment.
We set up a confessional for young people to sort out their thoughts on Donald Trump’s presidency. From optimism to fear, they explore their feelings, and reflect on how America might change in this video montage.