Results related to “Youth”
by Julianne Hing on November 14 2014, 10:00AM
An expunged record is elusive, but key, for many young people looking to put their pasts behind them.
by Julianne Hing on August 14 2014, 7:00AM
What does it mean to be young and Palestinian and American in this moment in history?
by Jamilah King on April 17 2014, 10:02AM
It’s an initiative that they say will create 20,000 jobs for young people in the city.
by Carla Murphy on April 14 2014, 10:05AM
Victims in high crime areas don’t receive as much attention as perpetrators
by Von Diaz on March 10 2014, 3:50PM
Native youth are more than three times more likely to commit suicide than any other group.
by Julianne Hing on November 5 2013, 1:11PM
The significant improvements have come with troubling new developments.
by Von Diaz on October 29 2013, 12:27PM
Young women in Philadelphia share their experiences with street harassment, some even being followed to school by strangers.
by Von Diaz on October 21 2013, 5:03PM
The Opportunity Index gives a start view of opportunities for youth in an increasingly economically depressed U.S.
by Von Diaz on October 8 2013, 4:55PM
In a new music video produced by the Richmond, CA youth organization RYSE, young men of color connect with the recent deaths of three young men of color.
by Von Diaz on September 19 2013, 5:15PM
A middle school student in Connecticut was called the N-word and chased through the woods during a field trip organized by her school.
by Von Diaz on August 19 2013, 10:37AM
The newly launched project activates youth to tell stories that often go unheard using spoken word and digital media.
by Julianne Hing on June 11 2013, 8:35AM
A new report from Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy takes a rare look at an often overlooked subgroup of young people.
by Jorge Rivas on May 24 2013, 2:28PM
An after-school program set up by the North Community YMCA in Minneapolis gives young kids the opportunity to make rap music as a reward for keeping up with their schoolwork
by Jorge Rivas on January 25 2013, 4:17PM
Mexican-American preschoolers start school way behind their white counterparts. But new research is showing that their social skills are fully developed and robust by the time they start school and are indistinguishable from their white peers.
by Jamilah King on January 17 2013, 8:40AM
California accounts for 30 percent of the nation’s homelessness each year. A new effort is underway to address the youth in that group by not lumping them all together.
Topics: Schools & Youth
by Jorge Rivas on August 23 2012, 2:15PM
Black children and Latino children fared worse than white children in almost every category.