by RANI CHOR (United States)
Gen Z is not afraid of speaking out against policies; we are starving for justice.
by MUSKAAN ARSHAD (United States)
It is our job to be allies and fight alongside Black Americans for equality.
by PRAVARTIKA WANKHEDE (India)
Discrimination on the basis of class is illegal. Yet it exists and blooms in this environment of hate.
by JAYANTI JHA (United States)
Hope means understanding that, while there will be obstacles, we can still make change.
by JOSEPH MULLEN (United States)
Racial disparities in the American healthcare system absolutely exist.
by ALLI LOWE (United States)
The scariest aspect of the Bay Area's disparity is just how little acknowledgement it receives.
by CHLOE SOW (United States)
We often forget how Black communities and Asian communities have stood up for each other.
by AMY NAM (Canada)
As early as nine years old, I stood in front of my bathroom mirror, poking and prodding at the skin above my eyes to create double eyelids.
by ENOK CHOE (United States)
In November 2018, the horrific picture of a migrant mother and her daughters fleeing . . .
by WILLIAM DASHE (United States)
Suburban living is a great, untested experiment. While this style of living . . .
by JUNFANG ZHANG (Singapore)
Perpetually sitting in a corner of my room is a large carrier bag filled with cast-off clothes.
by ANNA DAVIDSON (United Kingdom)
Teenagers are the ones who change history. They have to be. It’s kids with lumps in their throats, bright blue sparks in their fingertips and purple-braced snarls screaming for equality who are the ones who achieve it, their words the upbeat crashdrum of change.