When my family and I stayed in South Korea, my elementary self walked around with heightened senses. On every street corner were delicacies I could only dream of finding back at home
Month: March 2021
Bay Area culture interview
By Jalen Black Hey Youth Radio listeners. I’m Jalen Black and I’m here to interview Bay Area musician, Armani Jackson, who goes by the performance name Mani Draper. You can listen to his music and […]
The “S” Word
When it comes to feminism, I have always had unwavering beliefs.
Luciano Galarza Design bridge
This was the Instagram post / Instagram story project I did. I really had a lot of freedom with this project. I chose to cut out playboy Carti along with a quote he said. I […]
into the deep of the adoption conversation
Last year, when my close friend Heidi told me that her little brother Ed was adopted, I was astonished. But now, I’m a little embarrassed by my surprise.
Privilege is Everywhere
A short insight on the far-reaching impacts of privilege. Making this video made me realize how privilege is basically everywhere, and I hope others who watch it can also get a sense of what I […]
Three Voices: Anonymous Narratives from Queer People of Color
By primo Lagaso GOldberg Kimberle Crenshaw coined the term “intersectionality” to describe the ways in which various disenfranchised identities that each of us hold come together in our body and through our narratives to form […]
POV: You’re a senior during a pandemic
As someone who is a part of the 2021 graduating High School class, I’m exhausted and ready for the next four chapters of my life…online again. Looking back this past year, we really had no clue what the future had in store for us.
How two generations react to technology
Baby Boomers are known to be the generation to have trouble with technology while Gen Z are known to be experts at it. How did this narrative come to be? In this infographic we’ll see why these narratives have shaped these generations.