We highlight how young people build, influence, and experience power in Houston.
The Time Warp: A Story About Covid-19 & Teenagers
March 22, 2021
The past year has distorted our memories.
Pain and Perseverance in Fifth Ward
January 5, 2021
We all have to remember that the misery of the pandemic will come to an end, and better times will one day fall on us again.
Young people can’t move justice without a bus
December 28, 2020
Houston’s ineffective public transit system makes youth activism difficult.
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Skinfolk ain't kinfolk: representation won’t save us
January 26, 2021
The performance of diversity does not create material gains for minoritized people.
‘No justice, no sleep’: Houston youth advocate for climate justice
January 22, 2021
Sunrise Houston won’t let politicians rest until the local Climate Action Plan is executed and the national Green New Deal is passed.
Competitive sports perpetuate the U.S. grind narrative
January 15, 2021
Designing competitive sports to encourage severe training at the cost of other human development secures a capitalist economy and sustains inequality.
Dear HISD: Fund counselors, not cops
January 7, 2021
Divesting from school police is the clear solution to many of our challenges.
Texas exploits imprisoned people
January 6, 2021
More people are discussing abolition in Texas, but it's hard to ignore the state’s history of exploiting imprisoned people.