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Is youth soccer training to blame for American team's failure to qualify for the World Cup?

The vision statement for U.S. Club Soccer is pretty ambitious for an organization with some 500,000 youth participants and 70,000 registered coaches: “U.S. Club Soccer will be the finest soccer organization in America and an integral part of U.S. National Team success.” Since the U.S. national...

668th Friday Blog Roundup

This week I taught the youth of America what it is like to be a writer for Career Day.  I am always shocked when anyone asks me to talk about anything. The kids begged me not to add into my presentation how much time I spend bouncing ideas off of Linus the Guinea Pig.  I […]

Is Youth Football Dying Out?

Data shows America’s most popular sport is in serious decline.

Millennials Have Had It with Capitalism, New Survey Reveals

Data indicates America's youth now looks favorably on the likes of Mao Zedong. A new survey conducted by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization, found 44 percent of millennials would rather live in a socialist nation than a capitalist country. Show More Summary

Hilton Sparks the Arts with Youth Service America

"Spark the Arts," is a partnership between Tapestry Collection by Hilton and Youth Service America that seeks to unleash the artistic talents of children and teenagers into projects that can have a positive impact on their neighborhoods. 3p watched one program in action in Syracuse, New York.

THE RETURN OF DRACULA: Saving Teens From Themselves

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Badass Digest

Landres’ B-horror film is a snapshot of America’s worries for its youth in the 1950s. Read more...

The reminiscence bump: why America’s greatest year was probably when you were young

We tend to recall more memories from our youth than other times in our life. And recent work suggests that this reminiscence bump might help to explain one of Trump’s much-loved slogans In 2016, as Donald Trump was busy securing theShow More Summary

Miley Cyrus Is Channeling Her Passion For Helping The Homeless Into A New Documentary

Miley Cyrus is executive producing a new documentary, 'Lost in America,' that focuses on the homeless youth epidemic in the United States.

NRA Youth Education Summit: Reflecting On Family, Freedom And Friends

We can agree to disagree and respect each other’s opinions. This ability to come together despite our differences is what makes America great. This post NRA Youth Education Summit: Reflecting On Family, Freedom And Friends appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Ducks Unlimited to attend 90th Annual National FFA Convention

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – October 19, 2017 – More than 60,000 high school and college Future Farmers of America (FFA) members and alumni will convene in Indianapolis Oct. 25-28 to celebrate youth leadership in agriculture during the National Convention and Expo. Show More Summary

Meet the North American #YouthAgSummit Delegates

North America was represented by nine young agricultural minds at the 3rd Youth Ag Summit held in Brussels, Belgium. The North American delegates along with 91 of their international peers joined forces to talk about change for a better future. Show More Summary

Eagles Star Chris Long Donating 2017 NFL Salary to Youth Education

Eagles star Chris Long is droppin' a fat stack of cash on youth education in America... pledging his entire 2017 NFL base salary -- an even $1 MIL -- to various initiatives. Long just announced that his last 10 game checks will go t...

Why a team of 8-year-old football players decided to kneel for national anthem

A group of youth football players in Cahokia, Ill., decided as a team to kneel to protest racial injustice in America, mirroring Colin Kaepernick’s original stand that got him exiled from football. Members of the Junior Comanches football team demonstrated Sunday after kids asked team coaches about the protests in St. Show More Summary

Smartphones and Teen Existential Angst

September 12, 2017 Posted by Jay Livingston I’ve been wondering about America’s youth, mostly because of the Atlantic article by Jean Twenge: “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?” (Previous posts are here and here.)As the title of the article suggests, we’ve got trouble. Show More Summary

America’s Not-So-Lost Youth

September 10, 2017 Posted by Jay Livingston It seems that we never tire of experts like Prof. Harold Hill, the con artist in “The Music Man,” warning us about the temptations that threaten to lead our children astray. That musical was set in Iowa a century ago, and the culprit, and when Prof. Show More Summary

'It' delivers nightmarish visuals but misses the true horror of Stephen King's classic

The 1950s small-town America of Stephen King’s youth provides a deceptively wholesome backdrop for the author’s nightmarish 1986 novel “It,” about a group of adolescent misfits in Derry, Maine, who band together to fight an evil, shape-shifting clown. But transplant the timeline to the summer of...

DACA Is Ending. But the Movement Is Not.

Undocumented youth will fight for their rights, just like every other group seeking to become fully a part of America. Today the Trump administration announced the end of the  Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals  program, which has enabled nearly 800,000 young men and women who came to the United States as children to live and work without fear. Show More Summary

Education Connects Youth to Jobs in Latin America

This fall, young people in many parts of the world are preparing to go back to school.

In viral Twitter threads, two Dreamers explain why we must defend DACA

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

In a viral Twitter thread, Juan Escalante, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient and immigrant rights activist with America’s Voice, explained the uncertainty immigrant youth are going through as Donald Trump plays...Show More Summary

Watch JAY-Z Read His New Poem “Dream On”

JAY-Z is slated to headline the annual Budweiser Made in America Festival this weekend, and he has just shared a video that will be played played right before he hits the stage. In the clip above, the rapper discusses his youth growing up in Brooklyn’s Marcy Houses. “It takes tears, sweat, blood, five CCs,” JAY-Z […]

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