Pussy Riot is an anonymous, all-female punk band and part of a larger movement of young Russians who are unhappy with the current political climate.
Posts Tagged: Politics
La Raza Community Centre offered a variety of activities and support for local youth of San Diego during the late 70s–early 80s.
Police in Aceh, Indonesia’s most conservative province, arrested 65 punk rock teenagers on the grounds that they posed a threat to Islamic values.
New York Times OpDoc: The Role of Youth
Jon Savage and I were asked by the New York Times to contribute to a new video Opinion section called OpDocs.
A man named Jean Jülich died on October 19th, age 82, in his hometown of Cologne.
The #Occupy Movement
We brought you a teenage take on the London riots, now we bring the same thing on the #Occupy movement.
The Stepney School Strike of 1971
Chris Searle, a beloved student-teacher, was fired from his teaching job after publishing a book of poems entitled ‘Stepney Words’ written by his pupils.
What’s in the hearts and minds of young University of Florida students?
Colin Murphy Presents: Strength in Nine
I’ve been thinking about how teens are often at the forefront of social and political change, and the Civil Rights Movement is a great example.
Marta: Portrait of a Teen Activist
We’re obsessed with Matt Ebert’s Super 8 parody of teenage AIDS activist Marta.