East Bay LGBTQ+ youth came together last Saturday for Radical Love!: 4th Annual East Bay LGBTQ+ Youth Pride and we were there too!
Youth Radio is piloting a first-person podcast series. Driven by diaries, music, and immersive audio, listeners get to ride shotgun with teens…
When I hold my girlfriend’s hand in public, it’s not an invitation to ask me questions about my personal life. I’m not a spokesperson for the queer community.
This school year, I transferred to a continuation school to make up some credits. I thought the teachers would be more supportive since they had fewer students.
Remix Your Life poet Kyle Lamberson grew up in Oakland, and he writes about how natural resources shape human endeavors.
Remix Your Life poet Jaylyn Burns grew up in Oakland, and she imagines a conflict between young people and police officers, from the perspective of one of the city’s parks.
I felt like I was making big sacrifices for a sport that I couldn’t see myself playing beyond high school. What’s all of this time and energy for?
I have about four to five hours of homework a day, which generally leaves me five to six hours of sleep a night. It is nowhere close to enough.
There is a certain danger around being trans that exists in even the safest of communities, a fear that people can turn on you for just being yourself.