Steve Irwin‘s daughter Bindi appeared on Good Morning America on Thursday with her brother and mom to make a big announcement — and it’s already causing backlash among animal… READ ON
Students for Life of America, the nation’s largest pro-life youth organization, has launched a 4,076 mile tour for their ground-breaking What Has Roe Done For Us? Project. The tour will visit more than 25 college campuses this spring and over a dozen states, ranging from Maine to Washington, this March and April. The tour website […]
To America’s fretful parents of social-media obsessed teens: Chill out, the kids are alright. That’s the message of “It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens,” by youth and technology researcher Danah Boyd. But what about cyberbullies and predators going after your kids? An exaggerated problem dished out by the press, Boyd says. Are smartphones […]
Back in the dark ages, when comic books were a threat to America’s youth and not a multibillion-dollar multimedia merchandising empire, children (because comics were for children back then) kept their copies of Ghostly Weird Stories and Exciting War in shoeboxes under the bed, if at all. Show More Summary
At last years Dance/USA conference, arts leaders from across the country engaged in conversations about diversity in the field of dance. As a community, we asked ourselves a simple question: How do we engage more artists, administrators, board leaders, and volunteers of color? Backstage at Youth America Grand Prix. Show More Summary
A few weeks ago, I began to show from extensive studies and evidence how alcohol use and marijuana use compare in terms of addiction, withdrawal and using motorized vehicles. This week, I will discuss in greater detail how alcohol and marijuana compare in their effects on our minds, bodies and relationships. Show More Summary
In Service Of Young Men And Community Since 1910 The Mentholated Black Media: President Obama Has Laid Out A Legacy That Will Carry Him Forward Beyond His Last 3 Years I Office Patterning Young Men After A More Accessible Figure Is A...Show More Summary
Carnegie Hall has announced the names of the 120 young musicians, aged 16 to 19, who have been selected to come together this summer as the second annual National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America (NYO-USA). The orchestra will be led by conductor David Robertson and joined by virtuoso violinist Gil Shaham in summer 2014. NATIONAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA OF THE […]
Fabrice Tourre has gone from defendant in a courtroom to head honcho in a classroom.
Bill O’Reilly, the best journalist ever according to Bill O’Reilly, knows why America’s youth is struggling: The dreaded rap music. Speaking to Valerie Jarrett, a senior advisor to President Obama, O’Reilly said that Jay-Z and KanyeShow More Summary
President Obama enchanted young voters with the prospects of "hope and change," however, a study by the Young America’s...
Photographer Tony Chirinos’s father used to tell him stories over the dinner table about his youth in Cuba. They usually included cock fighting, a popular entertainment in Cuba and other areas of Latin America. When Chirinos found out...Show More Summary
By Marina Lopes NEW YORK (Reuters) - A 17-year-old Maryland boy has become one of the first openly gay Boy Scouts to achieve the Boy Scouts of America's highest rank since the organization reversed its ban on gay youth nearly six weeks ago. Show More Summary
I am always surprised when Valentine’s day rolls around in America as the fiery public outbursts don’t seem so prevalent. In contemporary India this day holds a special significance especially for youngsters. More than the average date-night with an exchange of chocolates, gifts, and flowers, Valentine’s Day provides an opportunity for young practitioners to authenticate […]
Summary: Fewer than 30% of America's schools are equipped with the broadband connectivity needed to expose our youth to the wealth of knowledge and educational tools available via the internet. Yes, this is true. It's a reality in America that our administration in Washington and companies like Apple are working together to bridge the digital divide...
Queen Latifah opened Super Bowl XLVIII by singing “America the Beautiful” during the Pepsi Pregame Show at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. She was accompanied by the New Jersey Youth Chorus. Watch below. SEE ALSO: Bruno Mars And The Red Hot Chili Peppers Take Over Super Bowl Halftime Show Join the conversation about this story »
The world does not want and will never have the heroes and heroines of the past. What this age needs is an enlightened youth not to undertake the tasks like theirs but to imbibe the spirit of these great men and answer the present call of duty... -- Carter G. Show More Summary
“The world does not want and will never have the heroes and heroines of the past. What this age needs is an enlightened youth not to undertake the tasks like theirs but to imbibe the spirit of these great men and answer the present call of duty…” --Carter G. Show More Summary
Call-to-action asks parents, family and neighbors to make a personal commitment to help youth reach their potential WASHINGTON, DC – Jack and Jill of America, Inc., an African-American family organization, hosted its first-ever “Power...Show More Summary
The power of the tongue Last night after President Obama addressed the nation on the state of the union, Dream Defenders’ Phillip Agnew delivered a powerful message directly to the youth of America about what their role is in helpin...