Amy Franks reads from her essay, "A Mirror for Black Boys," and Devan Blackwell reads from his essay, "Creating Windows Through Words." Both essays explore ways in which youth development experiences can transform lives.
Sari Pekkala Kerr, Ph.D., discusses how the pay gap changes for parents throughout their careers.
Visiting Fellow Pashtana Durrani discusses her work to make education accessible to girls in Afghanistan.
Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D., joined an expert steering committee to advise Instagram content creators on creating supportive online content.
Jennifer Grossman, Ph.D., and Wellesley College student Audrey DiMarco discuss their experiences as mentor and intern.
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Through research and personal essays, this book co-edited by NIOST shines a light on the vulnerability and triumph of youth development work.
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