Below is a skit written by 11th grader, Curtis Paige. He channels the concerns many people had coming into 2017 with the political climate that we had and are still dealing with. Check out the work of this young playwright. Curtis: Today is January. Feels like the month of sorrow Because I feel like these … More 2017
This young woman’s words from two summers ago are sounding mighty relevant. Check out Imani’s Spoken Word performance from the 2015 19th Annual Youth Speaks Grand Slam Finals. Be safe out there, and be encouraged by the eloquence and honesty of our little ones!
Created By: Stephanie Rivera Stephanie Rivera is a proud Dominican and Puerto Rican 9th grader hailing from the Bronx, New York. Her hobbies consist of watching action-packed movies, specifically those based on comics. She also loves listening to music and is a huge rock fan. Her hopes for the future are to be happy with life … More LGBTQ Rights Are For Teens Too
By: Myalynn F 9th Grader, Bronx, NY Sexual assault is a problem that can scar a person for life. The book Thirteen Reasons Why discusses how it impacted the life of a teenage girl named Hannah. In the book she states that, “I kept my forehead against your shoulder, Marcus. There was your hand, on my knee. From out … More The Problem with Sexual Assault