Opinion: Is “Social Justice” In Schools Just For Show?

This article is an opinion piece anonymously submitted by an independent contributor, and may not necessarily reflect the views shared by us here at YGA. We respect all opinions, so we provide an open platform for any and all high schoolers to share their views. If you would like to contribute an opinion piece, don’tContinue reading “Opinion: Is “Social Justice” In Schools Just For Show?”

Atlanta, Anti-Asian Violence, and Action

Two weeks ago on March 16, 2021, eight people, across 3 Atlanta massage parlors, were killed in a hateful mass shooting. Of the eight killed, seven were women, and of the seven, six were Asian. The past year has seen minority communities face some of their highest and lowest points in the nation’s history. Fear,Continue reading “Atlanta, Anti-Asian Violence, and Action”

The Influence of Memes on Society

If you are active on the internet at all, (who isn’t these days?) you’ve probably seen your fair share of memes. A meme can be created about pretty much any topic, and they serve as a source of enjoyment to the young and old alike. Most people can agree that memes have a pretty bigContinue reading “The Influence of Memes on Society”

January 6th, 2021

This Wednesday, following a heated D.C rally, a mob of Trump supporters stormed the United States Capitol. For the first time in United States history since the Civil War, the people of the United States stooped to an extreme degree of sedition and disruption of the congressional process, by organizing to resist the results ofContinue reading “January 6th, 2021”