Donald Trump’s corporate brand of neoliberal fascism is more than willing to sacrifice the future of young people for short-term political and economic gains, if not democracy itself.
Contrary to most predictions, a new study suggests that the Golden State could be 12 percent wetter by the end of the century.
The U.S. views children not as social investments but as suspects as the country models its schools after prisons and subjects its young to a criminal legal system marked by severe class and racial inequities.
A staggering Guardian investigation reveals how, far from being “the most indulged young people in the history of the world," Westerners born in the 1980s and mid-1990s have been betrayed by previous generations that have left them in debt, jobless and locked out of property markets.
Children aren't products to be bought and sold. The profit motive should end at the front door of the public school.
The Black Lives Matter activist (at right in photo)—whose political campaign is off to an attention-grabbing start—seeks to tackle the issues of police brutality and criminal justice through education and employment. The Black Lives Matter activist (at right in photo)—whose political campaign is off to an attention-grabbing start—seeks to tackle the issues of police brutality and criminal justice through education and employment.
Europol, the European Union’s law enforcement agency, says gangs throughout Europe are targeting young migrants for sex work and slavery.
A kind of infantilism now shapes daily life as adults take on the role of unthinking children while children are subject to a range of disciplinary pressures that saddle them with debt and cripple their ability to be imaginative.
If one important measure of a democracy is how a society treats its children -- especially children of color, poor and working-class youth, and those with disabilities -- there can be little doubt that the United States is failing.
It appears that South Korea is playing Orwellian catch-up with its security-obsessed northern neighbor.