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Listed are links to resources for the youth at the forefront of the movement, such as Netflix shows, non-monetary donations, Instagram activists, and starting the BLM conversation with parents and friends.
Kayla Turner is a poet, speaker, and writer from Boston, Massachusetts. She is passionate about literature and is an advocate for the Black Lives Matter Movement. Featured are three of her poetry works, “The Planted Protest”, “A Note for Glinda the Good Witch”, and “Have You Ever Seen a City Burning Underwater?”.
Article by Briana Dominici
Making that connection between the culture you come from and yourself proves to be a challenge for many. This is especially true for 15-year-old County Prep student, Alyssa Velasquez. From her last name alone, you’d assume she was Hispanic or Latinx. You’d only be half right.
ARTICLE BY CASSIDY MURRAY
This teenage refugee advocate, humanitarian, international speaker, and world traveler shares four lessons she learned from refugees on how to push through a crisis. Cassidy is also the Director at HumanityUp, Co-Founder of Changemaker Odyssey, and the Co-Founder of Kids Unite4Hope.
With followers from all over the world, Land of the Pure aims to bring the best of Pakistan to the spotlight. The rich, wholesome culture, mesmerizing landscape and economic potential need to be explored – and this is exactly what we do. We focus on current affairs, landmarks, history and cultural events making sure to help our readers explore the depths of the country.
In honor of Deaf Awareness Week, Zenerations is featuring Annika Barnard, a deaf poet that is the owner of No Barriers Poetry on Instagram. Read two of her poems, “Love Languages” and “With a Capital D” here.
ARTICLE BY TIFFANY LEVEILLE
“My time in foster care is not something I have ever talked about publicly before. Although, many people know I spent time in the foster care system and understand how important this issue is to me, I have never detailed this experience. Entering foster care can be one of the scariest things to ever happen to a child.”
Article by Rashel Chipi, Founder of School Bell Blogs
“I started a website by the name of School Bell Blog. It is a bilingual website designed to give students of my county the basic information they needed that most other college-prep resources assumed students already knew. This included anything from the meaning of ‘freshman, sophomore, junior, senior’ to long lists of free summer programs.”
Thank you to all medical workers. To express our gratitude for all of the people putting their lives out on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic, Zenerations partnered with Notes For Support, an organization featured on ABC News that sends heartfelt messages to medical workers and patients to hospitals nationwide. We developed a projectContinue reading “HEARTS FOR HEALTHCARE”