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Led by 16-year-old Unnati Gupta, a group of local teens is giving young people a way to find inspiration, forge connections, and take action to change their communities
The Citizen Recommends: Why Black Books Matter
North Philly literacy nonprofit Tree House Books turns 15 this week—and you can join their all-star, three-day virtual festival
“You can’t live in a vacuum”
A Lower Merion senior co-founded a student-run foreign policy media outlet that hammers home Gen Z’s commitment to tackling global problems—by finding common ground
The Sixers may be struggling. But through their support of NBA Math Hoops, Philly-area kids get the all-star treatment for excelling—in the classroom
Citizen of the Week: Cydney Brown
Philly’s new Youth Poet Laureate doesn’t just write well—she does G.O.O.D.
Put the Students in Charge
Two local schools are showing that maybe kids know better than adults what real education and civic engagement look like
How to help students and teachers now
School looks very different this fall in Philadelphia. How can we get our kids through it?
Citizens of the Week: Jakeema Burton and Brianna Banks
The coaches are empowering youth off and on the field through their work with Up2Us Sports and Kensington Soccer Club