A group of teenagers wearing MAGA hats surrounding a Native American activist at the Indigenous Peoples March has continued making the rounds on the internet since a video account of what happened first went viral on Saturday. Now another video was uploaded to YouTube showing the same encounter but from another angle has some on Twitter asking if the first reported version is accurate. Nathan Phillips, the veteran indigenous rights activist and Omaha tribe elder in the video, was beating his drum and singing a song of unity while surrounded by the teenagers who were wearing "Make America Great Again" hats and chanting. One teenage boy in particular stood very close to Phillips and smirked. Bustle has reached out to the school for comment.
High achieving black teens get first taste of Oxford life on spring visit
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Embargoed Until: Thursday, April 28, , p. ET Contact: Media Relations Births among Hispanic and black teens have dropped by almost half since , according to a new analysis published by CDC. This mirrors a substantial national decline: births to all American teenagers have dropped more than 40 percent within the past decade. Despite this progress, key challenges persist for many communities, according to the report. While dramatic declines among Hispanic and black teens 51 percent and 44 percent, respectively have helped reduce gaps, birth rates remain twice as high for these teens nationally compared with white teens.
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More than 70 talented black teenagers from across the country have visited Oxford University for the first time, as part of the Target Oxbridge residential experience this week. The free programme, which is having growing influence increasing successful undergraduate applications from black African and Caribbean and Mixed Heritage students, is a partnership between by diversity recruitment specialists, Rare and Oxford and Cambridge. Over the course of the year building up to UCAS applications, participants receive regular one-one mentoring, residential opportunities and support with super-curricular engagement. During the course of their visit to Oxford, the students were able to experience all aspects of University life.
Cigarette use among white teenagers is substantially higher than among black and Hispanic teenagers, especially at 18 years old, according to Penn State researchers. Alcohol and marijuana use are also higher in white teenagers, and the numbers continue to increase until age Throughout their 20s, blacks and Hispanics are more likely to pick up a cigarette-smoking habit, while the numbers start to decrease for whites. At