How I Learned to Love My Own Skin

Throughout her childhood, Eneceia Lang was picked on for her dark skin, even in spaces where she thought she would be safe from the torment, other members of the black community would still. But after some time, she has learned to think differently about her skin. “Today, I look at my skin as if it’s […]

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Organizing Tomorrow, Today: the Youth Vote Sets to Change American Politics (Opinion)

In anticipation of the 2018 midterm elections on November 6, organizations across the country galvanized youth voters to show up at the poll booths. In this opinion piece, Seun Babalola explains why the youth vote was so coveted and important. “If there’s anything we’ve learned from the past several months at least when it comes […]

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Adult Ish

In a new podcast series, YR Media’s Nyge Turner and Merk Nguyen are tackling it all: romance, pop culture, music, politics, career advice, and so much more. On top of that, they chat with some of the biggest influencers to get some behind-the-scenes peeks at movies, TV shows, sports, and everything in between. “Adult ISH […]

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My Brother’s Autism Changed Me

Youth Radio’s Valeria Araujo describes how her brother’s autism changed both of their lives and deepened their sibling bond. “Having a younger brother with autism has given me a deep sense of responsibility. Watching him grow–even flourish–has been one of my greatest joys.” Read more at YR Media.

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