NYPD officers, a private investigator, and a Jewish center representative advised parents from the Russian-speaking community in South Brooklyn on how to combat drug abuse among teens, reports Russkaya Reklama.
Roadblocks may appear, but immigrants who qualify are eager to apply to the expanded DACA program, El Diario reports.
On a recent Saturday in the South Bronx, youths gathered to participate in the 10-hour #SocialGoodHacks to address social problems with newly acquired technology skills.
Casita Maria marked eight decades of providing kids in the South Bronx with art and educational programs, reports Hunts Point Express.
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer recently hosted an informational meeting to encourage teens to serve on community boards, The Villager reports.
Bronx start-up The Knowledge House pairs young adults with mentors in the tech industry who are from similar backgrounds, reports Hunts Point Express.
Young protestors in NYC marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day by marching for racial equality and juvenile justice.
A new exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan offers a window on Japan for NYC kids.
As the nation remembers Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., El Diario interviews four young Latino civil rights leaders.
This week on CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources”: Encouraging black women to exercise and eat healthy; a school lunch delivery service in Manhattan; and exploring ethnic diversity through food trucks and a walking tour.
Lyla Black won a TAGIE Award for the plush toy monsters she first envisioned at the age of three. The Jewish Daily Forward sits down with the Astoria native they call “America’s youngest Jewish toymaker.”
Students in Irbil, Iraq and Brooklyn, NY met via a videoconference sponsored by Global Nomads Group to learn how their counterparts live.
City Limits explores how to prevent and handle child abuse cases, looking at new solutions such as the Family Assessment Response being piloted in Queens.
Students at Bard High School Early College have been organizing others to protest police brutality, The Lo-Down reports.
To help fund research on children’s cancer, 3 to 5-year-olds at the Transfiguration School in Chinatown performed Christmas classics in Mandarin Chinese and English.