Chicago Students for Peace

Editors’ note: Given recent conversations between President Trump and Mayor Rahm Emanuel about violence in Chicago, we thought it might be helpful to repost this video of these Chicago students talking about peace, not violence and murder.

Teens Hacking Their Way to Solutions

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Youth Worker Spotlight: The Need for Male Mentors

Debbie Dollar, a program manager for the Boys and Girls Club in Hogansville, Georgia, laments the fact that her program is staffed entirely by women — the club's biggest challenge: They need more male mentors for the boys who make up half of their program youth.

A Day in the Life of a U.S. Teen: Bryant Alston

After school, Bryant Alston, 17, works — up to 24 hours per week during the school year — and commutes from The Bronx to Youth Communication program twice weekly, to share his own stories as "a child in care" and the stories of his community.

Youth Worker Spotlight: Being a Mentor

Timothy Parham of Youth Empowerment through Learning, Leading, and Serving Inc. explains what it means to him to be a mentor in an after-school program in this latest piece from our Youth Worker Spotlight series.