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Youth-Nex is dedicated to using our platform to amplify the voices and lived experiences of adolescents who have been marginalized, to providing a venue for scholars and practitioners whose work is furthering the goal of racial justice, and to support a developmental science that is not only anti-racist, but is in the service of dismantling white supremacy. At Youth-Nex, we believe that youth development issues are social justice issues. As we continue to chart our way forward, Youth-Nex will continue to share some virtual knowledge and return to our archives of past resources during summer.
Youth-Nex Blog
Youth-Nex relaunches our blog! View new posts and visit our archives since 2012. Interested in writing a blog post? Email us with your ideas and consider publishing with Youth-Nex.
What the School of COVID-19 Could Teach You About Strong Communities
By Mary Coleman, Executive Director at City of Promise, a nonprofit that provides cradle-to-college academic support for youth from Charlottesville.
Black American Parenting During the COVID-19 Crisis
By Valerie Adams-Bass, Assistant Professor and applied researcher in Education.
How to Teach Your Kids When You Have No Idea What You’re Doing
By Andrew D. Kaufman, an author, educational entrepreneur, and Russian literature scholar.
By Theresa Pfister, graduate student in the Educational Psychology-Applied Developmental Science program.
Youth-Nex Resources
Valerie Adams-Bass participates in a panel on “How Summer Programs Can Support the Foundations of Positive Adolescent Development during the Pandemic and Beyond.”
Forward Project just released "I am Human" film project on disrupting dehumanization and affirming the humanity of boys and young men of color and their communities. 
  • Teaching during COVID-19: Andrew Kaufman pens op-ed for Newsweek suggesting students don't need you to be a perfect teacher right now, but instead need you to be honest and human.
  • Freedom School: Youth-Nex co-sponsors the first Charlottesville Freedom School with CRPES and others.
Chauncey Smith participates in a panel on “Still We Rise: Navigating Racial and Religious Identity in the Academy!" with the National Center for Institutional Diversity.
Valerie Adams-Bass moderated a panel exploring inclusion and representation in remote youth programming during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
Youth-Nex was founded in 2009 to expand and apply the science of positive youth development to address fundamental challenges facing societies around the world. Through science and community partnerships, Youth-Nex enhances the strengths of children and adolescents and prevents developmental risk. Our vision is that our nation’s youth - a rich, often untapped resource - may flourish.
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