How One Teen Newspaper Became the Voice of New York City Youth
In the spring of 1980, a group of 30 students showed up at high schools across New York City carrying a just-launched newspaper, 150 copies each. The new outlet’s focus was radical for its time — race relations, environmental issues, education quality, gay rights and more.
Her Mom Had an Addiction, Then New York City Child Welfare Intervened
Written by K.G., an anonymous 17-year-old from New York City. Names have been changed. I met Ms. Taylor, from New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), in the hospital where my mom was detoxing.