Uniting the city's teens
to create an outlet to inform, communicate, and provide positive change through written expression
Pass the Mic: CSTO Profiles
Latest: June 2019
Meet the Staff
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Combating Hate Crimes
We wanted participants to leave with a better understanding of what a hate crime was and how to report one.
“Being a dark skin girl...I'm that girl everyone would never want to be.’”
How gentrification is affecting Roxbury residents
Recently, I've noticed an increase of students and people that are not of color.
Affirmative Action: The Accepted and Rejected
As colleges and universities across the United States struggle with issues of diversity, affirmative action was introduced
Natural hair movement grows self-acceptance
I've allowed my hair to be a part of my growth as an individual.
Close up on a Boston filmmaker: Shamir Williams Q&A
My films are just reactions to my feelings.
Daughter Do's and Don'ts
Being a daughter in any household can have its stresses.
KD: Takin' It Easy
He sent a bad message to young people
Religion: Think Globally
Fourteen-year-old Kayin Walker, from Mattapan, disagrees
“I wake every morning feeling excited because I know my day will be filled with her
Rich Man, Poor Man
“I honestly feel our society is now a place where showing off is like having to eat breakfast every day
The meaning of life
“I believe that you’re able to do whatever you want to do only if you decide that’s how you want to live your life