When students and young people have organized and demanded change, the outcomes have been tremendous. The voices of youth have had a special role in creating positive changes in revolutionary movements from the 20th century through today.
We are all different, but together we can make art!
Gender bias in video games causes many girls to feel that they are being treated like they are unequal to males. Twelve-year-old Madeline Messer decided to raise awareness of this problem.
Black Lives Matter, a grassroots social justice movement that protests police violence against unarmed Black and Latino people, is sweeping the country and growing every day. From the Millions March to “die-ins,” activists of all ages are raising voices and fists to demand an end to police killings of unarmed Black and Latino people.
IndyKids reporter Alejandra Paulino had the opportunity to interview one of the main organizers of the Millions March NYC Synead Nichols about her activism.
Have you ever experienced injustice? Fedalis Grullon shares her story about creating art and organizing a protest to stand up against police brutality.
In 2014, Anayvette Martinez’s fourth grade daughter wanted to join a girl’s group similar to but separate from the Girl Scouts of the USA. The Radical Monarchs were born.
At most public high school job fairs in the United States, students will run into military recruiters. In 2001, the No Child Left Behind Act passed, containing a small section requiring public schools to give over all student contact information to the military and allow recruiters to visit school campuses.
Eleven-year-old Itzcuauhtli Roske-Martinez undertook a 45-day vow of silence to demand action towards climate change at the end of October, 2014.