This is a new regular feature that will highlight recent content (and sometimes content I've just recently discovered that might be older) from around the web that has a youth rights angle.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in the following posts may or may not reflect my own views in whole or in part. My views may or may not in whole or in part reflect the views of the authors whose work is presented below.
Now let's get to the roundup!
This piece in Politico by youth rights intellectual Mike Males offers a wonderful critique of the recent Supreme Court decisions Miller v. Alabama and Jackson v. Hobbs.
Good news about internet privacy for students in Delaware.
Strong words from a millennial about the oppressive social and economic circumstances faced by members of her generation.
A great example of the way in which anti-drug hysteria and ageism collide to endanger youth.
Hooray for strong, capable six-year-olds.
A German court does the right thing by defending youths' right to bodily autonomy.
A piece detailing some of the horrific ways parents violate their children's privacy by using new technology.