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Teen girls become refugee rappers
 
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(8 Mar 2018) LEADIN: An all-girl Palestinian rap group are making their voices heard. The rappers all hail from Dheisheh refugee camp in Bethlehem. STORYLINE: Dalya, Nadine, Diala and Sophie step out onto a stage and are greeted with loud cheers from the audience. They open their show with the song "Watani" - the title meaning "My Homeland" in Arabic. The four girls are members of Shoruq rap group. They came from Dheisheh refugee camp in Bethlehem to perform at the Notre Dame auditorium in Jerusalem during an event for International Women's day. "We made a change, because we are the first girls to sing rap in the (refugee) camp, and we are the first rap band for girls that is continuing "said Dalya Ramadan, a group member. While the group does sing about the ongoing conflict between the Palestinians and the Israelis. This is not the only issue on Shoruq's agenda. "We sing about everything, all the problems that we face. For example, as a girl in the Palestinian society, as a refugee, as a girl (living) under occupation, all those problems that we face whether it is a personal issue, or a Palestinian issue that we go through as a whole country." said Sophie Al-Issa, another group member. The girls are now in high school. They joined the group when it started in 2013. They released their first album in 2017, titled "The Journey", with seven different songs. Shoruq group have also performed abroad - in France, Italy and the US. In the often-conservative society, girls singing rap is usually faced with criticism and sometimes refusal. Group member Nadin Odeh said that the criticism came from the people that were the closest to her. "For example, the guys that were with me in the (Dabke) group, they used to say what are you doing, singing rap, you are a girl, you need to be feminine, rap is not for you, and stuff like that." Odeh says that she started to convince people around her that it is normal for her to sing rap. "As long as you are convinced with what you are doing you can convince anyone." For many young Palestinians, visiting Jerusalem is not a simple task, as they require permits issued by Israeli authorities. "To be able to go to Jerusalem and sing there is a big thing for me. This will be the first time in my life that I go to Jerusalem, I've never visited the city because the occupation prevented us," says group member Diala Shahin. "This will be the first time and it will be amazing, especially as I'm going to sing in Jerusalem." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4dc8475b2c72d52be980f3aa9220cf87 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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1959 HITS ARCHIVE: Woo-Hoo - Rock-A-Teens
 
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Woo-Hoo (McGraw) by the Rock-A-Teens If fans of Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill: Vol. 1" were wondering where the 5.6.7.8's came up with that frantic "Woo-Hoo" number, this is what the original hit sounded like. TIP: Click this link to browse through all 180 videos of the 1959 HITS ARCHIVE collection, alphabetically arranged in the convenient YouTube Playlist format: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTFzQlK7fWk_OxsEhidzlSQIAHjbFIx6v And check out the daily music posts on my Facebook group: 1950s HITS--EVERY DAY! https://www.facebook.com/groups/824194430969202/ THE 1959 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a high-quality library of best-sellers and songs that made an impact, presented in clean, original-release versions (no remakes, alternate takes, or “re-processed stereo”) MusicProf78 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Musicprof78/689903871053047
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WBZ Archives: ‘NSYNC (& Screaming Teen Girls) Descends On Foxboro
 
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On this day in 2001, the boy band was at the height of their popularity. Robi went to Foxboro for a dance lesson, and debate over ‘who’s the hottest’?
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WAVY Archive: 1980 Planned Parenthood - Teens
 
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We take a look back in the WAVY Archives
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ECigs May Be Bad for Teens, Good for Adults
 
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(23 Jan 2018) Electronic cigarettes could be a boon to public health or a major liability, depending on whether they help Americans quit smoking or encourage more young people to try traditional cigarettes, a new report concludes. The report, issued Tuesday, wrestles with the potential benefits and harms of the vapor-emitting devices which have been sold in the U.S. for more than a decade. But those effects may not be known for decades, in part, because of how slowly illnesses caused by smoking emerge. "There was some association between kids who started vaping for the first time," said David Eaton, of the University of Washington, who headed the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine committee that studied the issue, "we know that there's a chance that it will increase their chances of at least using a cigarette once." It could be the opposite for adults who switched from smoking cigarettes to smoking e-cigarettes. "That's very likely to be a good thing for them a net benefit to them and a net benefit to public health," said Eaton. E-cigarettes have been sold in the U.S. since 2007. Most devices heat a liquid nicotine solution into vapor and have been promoted to smokers as a less dangerous alternative since they don't have all the chemicals, tar or smoke of regular cigarettes. E-cigarettes and similar vaping devices have grown into a $4 billion-dollar U.S. industry with thousands of varieties of flavors and customizable products available in specialty shops and online. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e0aeb448913df61f9723b7e4c58f2380 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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ECigarettes may be bad for teens, good for adults
 
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(23 Jan 2018) Electronic cigarettes could be a boon to public health or a major liability, depending on whether they help Americans quit smoking or encourage more young people to try traditional cigarettes, a new report concludes. The report, issued Tuesday, wrestles with the potential benefits and harms of the vapor-emitting devices which have been sold in the U.S. for more than a decade. But those effects may not be known for decades, in part, because of how slowly illnesses caused by smoking emerge. "There was some association between kids who started vaping for the first time," said David Eaton, of the University of Washington, who headed the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine committee that studied the issue, "we know that there's a chance that it will increase their chances of at least using a cigarette once." It could be the opposite for adults who switched from smoking cigarettes to smoking e-cigarettes. "That's very likely to be a good thing for them a net benefit to them and a net benefit to public health," said Eaton. E-cigarettes have been sold in the U.S. since 2007. Most devices heat a liquid nicotine solution into vapour and have been promoted to smokers as a less dangerous alternative since they don't have all the chemicals, tar or smoke of regular cigarettes. E-cigarettes and similar vaping devices have grown into a $4 billion-dollar U.S. industry with thousands of varieties of flavours and customisable products available in speciality shops and online. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/67b0c9cb86e15777a9bdfae1f8a30907 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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1945 Last Film from the Oder Front - German Teen Soldiers
 
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http://digilander.libero.it/romanoarchives/ http://www.webalice.it/romanoarchives German kid soldiers bound to die. April 1945. German soldiers, mostly teens, on the Oder front, 60 Km from Berlin, moments before the attack of the Red Army (dead Russian soldiers are also shown). Not even the young cameraman, Gerarth Garms, did survive... 16mm Agfacolor film. Score "Tainted Blood" re-mixed by Vincent Romano, added (Demo Only) in 2009 by ROMANO-ARCHIVES. Editing by ROMANO-ARCHIVES. "SUBSCRIBING to this Channel is a MUST for researchers and RARE HISTORICAL FOOTAGE fans!!!" V. Romano This is a clip from the ROMANO-ARCHIVES' new website "Unknown World War 2 in Color"-"WW2 Europe" section. At: http://www.webalice.it/romanoarchives A better quality silent version of this clip is available. Hi-Res videos from our Collections are available on DVD, CD or directly in your inbox. Clips and movies can also be downloaded from our servers using a PW or uploaded by us to your FTP.
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Teens train with RAF
 
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Longmoor Training Area, Lordshill, Hampshire - July 25, 2007 1. Wide of young people listening to RAF officer 2. Various of teenagers putting camouflage make up on 3. Wide of group 4. Various of teenagers watching 5. Wide of group 6. Close up of camouflaged officer watching 7. Close up of teenage girl watching 8. Wide pan of group 9. Various of teenagers jumping in tyres 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tony Shappely, RAF Flight Sergeant "well you know it's the leadership and management type skills that they are learning here. How to work in a group environment, how to work as part of a team. How to lead a team. What I call life skills, just basic first aid type skills, so within the Royal Air Force are essential but actually are essential in normal life as well. " 11. Various of group being taught first aid 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Steven Esposito, Cadet "You know in any job, be it civilian or military, you always need to be working in a team effectively, if you can't work in a team then you could have some serious problems about how you work effectively and get a task completed. Moreover, developing leadership skills and confidence, you can start to progress up a career path, start to manage a team, start to get the most out of your team, motivate them and start reaching standards and obviously complete the task you were set." 13. Various of group being taught how to bandage an injury 14. Set ups of Vicky Sainsbury 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vicky Sainsbury, 17 "And it does teach you life skills, it helps you a lot in future careers, or just future jobs. I personally took away a lot of leadership qualities and confidences as well as being able to be part of this course." 16. Various of group 17. SOUNDBITE: (English) Giada Bennetwolf, 15 "I think that one of the exercises you have to, well two of the exercises, you have to be a leader, you have to push around everyone else. I think that it's really useful because I'm quite, I don't know, I'm quite shy, so it's quite useful for me personally, because it's managed to be able to get myself out there." 18. Various of leadership exercise 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Wing Commander Martin Haswell, Camp Commandant "On this course, they are getting leadership skills which is two fold, the first one is how to work as part of a team and also how to lead a team to achieve a task. " 20. Close up of teenager dressed in camouflage hiding in ferns LEAD IN : A summer camp with a difference. A groups of teens have taken to the countryside of Hampshire to learn military skills with the Royal Air Force. STORYLINE: School's out and despite the continuing miserable weather in the United Kingdom, a group of teenagers have enrolled in a training programme with Royal Air Force. Lessons are held outside in the open air and the participants were taught a range of skills from camouflage techniques, to tyre jumping and team leadership exercises at the British Army's Longmoor Training Area in Hampshire. Tony Shappely, is a RAF Flight Sergeant helping to lead the course. He says that the teens are learning life skills, that have practical applications in life, not just for the military. One of the participants Steven Esposito says it is a great way to develop leadership skills which will help in whatever career they choose. Seventeen year old Vicky Sainsbury says it has give her extra confidence. One of the main lessons was basic first aid, an essential skill on the battlefield and everyday. Another was retrieving a radioactive tool box from a minefield. Fifteen year old Giada Bennetwolf says that she is naturally shy and so being forced to be a leader was good for her and developed her self confidence. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5885e55b6d1fe1315ac8485f5d78ead8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Colourful 'coming of age' celebration for impoverished teen girls in Mexico City
 
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1. Long shot of quinceaneras (teenage girls) arriving in the Zocalo square on two buses 2. Mid shot of buses zoom out to wide shot of people watching them pass 3. Pan across girls on top of bus 4. Medium shot of people watching 5. Tilt down from Mexico's cathedral to buses with girls and people watching 6. Medium shot of girls walking towards Zocalo stage where they will perform their waltz dance 7. Pan of girls walking 8. Zoom shot of man throwing roses petals on the floor prior to waltz dance 9. Medium of girls gathering before getting on stage 10. Girls receiving instructions from coordinator 11. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Viridiana Plascencia, student: "There are a lot of girls who didn't have the economic resources to fulfil this dream and that's why they are here." 12. Over shoulder shot of military cadets watching girls as they walk onto stage 13. Wide shot of girls performing dance 14. Medium of man handing over roses to each girl 15. Various shots girls performing dance on stage 16. Orchestra performing 17. Various shots of girls dancing DISADVANTAGED TEENAGE GIRLS ATTEND QUINCEANERA PARTY Almost 200 teenage girls from disadvantaged families posed in donated ball gowns and danced traditional waltzes on Saturday as Mexico City's government threw a mass quinceanera party for them. Amongst the participants at the ball in Mexico City's main plaza were juvenile offenders or shelter residents. Quinceanera parties, which are traditionally held on a girl's 15th birthday and mark her passage into womanhood. The parties are held in countries across Latin America and often rival weddings in expense and fanfare. But girls from disadvantaged families often miss out on the tradition. The city's Youth Institute, which organised the event, said about 180 girls participated, including some older than 15 who had never had a quinceanera party. A truck brought bouquets of roses and lilies and huge sacks of rose petals for the event in Mexico City's main plaza. Instead of traditional carriages, open-top tour buses were sent to ferry the girls to the ball. Mexico City authorities said they contacted officials at the Guinness Book of World Records to see if they had set a record for largest quinceanera, but it was unclear if any Guinness representative were on hand to certify the event. The city government also showcased sexual education information at the event. Some of the girls were given sashes to wear, each bearing the name of an area in which young people have rights: education, recreation, and a clean environment. Many of the girls spent the day at a city building, doing their hair and applying donated make-up. The only thing in short supply at Saturday's ball were tuxedo-wearing boys - usually relatives - known as "chambelanes," who traditionally serve as escorts at such events. Since taking office in December, leftist Mayor Marcelo Ebrard has become known for offering free cultural events, including free "urban beaches" at local parks made with trucked-in sand. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/21b50174f87603c918df777948c68ef2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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ARCHIVE - Teen vs Milf (Le Grand Débat)
 
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LES ARCHIVES DE L'ETE: Le grand débat Teen vs Milf. Et vous alors, vous êtes plutôt Professeur ou Elève? Mère ou Fille? Petite précision pour ceux qui nous connaissent depuis moins longtemps que certains: toute la série des "Grands Débats" que nous mettons en ligne cet été a été tournée il y a longtemps, fort longtemps, peut-être même des siècles (à l'époque, tu passais tes soirées devant la radio...). Ne soyez donc pas étonnés si la qualité est moins bonne que les vidéos de cette année! Un peu de nostalgie... Débateurs : Flo et Slim YouTube : http://bit.ly/1vgIW94 Facebook : http://on.fb.me/11ricYm Twitter : http://bit.ly/1rxWRS9
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Trailblazing Black Executive Inspires Teen Girls
 
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(19 Oct 2017) Teresa White, the first black president of Georgia-based insurance giant Aflac U.S., has a knack for inspiring. White landed the prestigious post as Aflac president in 2015, becoming the first woman and African-American to hold the title in the company's 61-year history. Now she's mentoring young African-American girls in Columbus, Georgia, headquarters of the $130 billion brand insurance company known in TV commercials for its quacking duck. In 2015, White created the Bold Moves, an eight-week summer program in Columbus to inspire African-American girls ages 13 to 17. The program is backed by Aflac and features nearly 30 women who are community and business leaders teaching various lessons ranging from personal finance and entrepreneurship to business etiquette, resume writing and more. Raised by her single mother in an impoverished public housing in Dallas, White says mentoring girls helps them see they, too, can succeed in life. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/62cf84c89759053e16dbb00a09f117b1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Trailblazing Black Executive Inspires Teen Girls
 
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(19 Oct 2017) Teresa White, the first black president of Georgia-based insurance giant Aflac U.S., has a knack for inspiring. White landed the prestigious post as Aflac president in 2015, becoming the first woman and African-American to hold the title in the company's 61-year history. Now she's mentoring young African-American girls in Columbus, Georgia, headquarters of the $130 billion brand insurance company known in TV commercials for its quacking duck. In 2015, White created the Bold Moves, an eight-week summer program in Columbus to inspire African-American girls ages 13 to 17. The program is backed by Aflac and features nearly 30 women who are community and business leaders teaching various lessons ranging from personal finance and entrepreneurship to business etiquette, resume writing and more. Raised by her single mother in an impoverished public housing in Dallas, White says mentoring girls helps them see they, too, can succeed in life. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2006959f7d6c306e13d0f0b9c893763c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tans, teens and fashion on the streets of Japan
 
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Shibuya, Tokyo 1. 16 year old male dressed in ' O Ni Kei' style 2. Close up of same 16 year old male 3. 18 year old female dressed in 'Shibuya Kei GAL' style (tanned skin) 4. Right, 17 year old female called Aiyaka, left 17 year old girl called Mai dressed in 'Shibuya Kei GAL' style (tanned skin) Kyoto 5. Kazumi Asada and friend who are both 17 years and visit tanning salon three times a week dressed in 'Shibuya Kei GAL' style (tanned skin) walking into salon 6. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Koide Kohei, Tanning Salon Owner. "About twenty years ago there was a big tanning boom and I think the boom is back again now." 7. Close up of Kazumi's false nails (note nail art is an essential element of the GAL look) 8. Kazumi and friend in salon waiting room. 9. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Asada Kazumi, 'Shibuya Kei GAL' "Young people all want dark skin" 10. Kazumi enters tanning capsule. 11. Kazumi closes the tanning capsule. 12. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Asada Kazumi, 'Shibuya Kei GAL' "(In my class) about 70-80% of the kids go to tanning salons to darken their skin." 13.Two teenage girls reading fashion magazines in salon waiting room 14. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Asada Kazumi, 'Shibuya Kei GAL' "For boys (fashion styles) break down into: GAL O; O Ni Kei; Surfer; Casual; Delica and BK ." 15. Various of teenager boys dressed in ' GAL O' style (male equivalent of 'GAL' style, complete with dark tan) 16. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Arakawa Hiroki, 'O Ni Kei' male "With GAL O they have the hair that stands up, they back comb, and wear black a lot. I am often mistaken for GAL O but really that's not how I see myself." (He sees himself as O Ni Kei.) Shibuya, Tokyo 17. Young man dressed in 'O Ni Kei' style with a touch of surfer (dark tan) Kyoto 18. Two young men dressed in 'O Ni Kei' style 19. Frame left 'O Ni Kei' male with his 'Shibuya Kei GAL' girlfriend 20. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Arakawa Hiroki, 'O Ni Kei' male "(O Ni Kei) shoes are stylish shoes, we wear tight jeans and close fitting T shirts, a few accessories and carry bags." 21. Wide of male shop assistant dressed in 'casual' style (does not go to a tanning salon) Osaka 22. Young people dressed in 'BK' style (they are wearing blue, the colour of the L.A. gang the Crips and they are doing the C walk, the Crips dance.) Kyoto 23. 'BK' style hats 24. Young woman tanning 25. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Asada Kazumi, 'Shibuya Kei GAL' "For girls (fashion styles) break down into GAL, Surfer, O Neh, Casual, and there are BK girls as well." 26. Two 17 year olds who describe their look as 'Shibuya Kei GAL' (typically they are wearing, heels, high socks, short shorts and tops that reveal their tan. Both girls go to tanning salons regularly.) 27. Wide of 'Shibuya Kei GAL' style (tanned skin) 28. Various of girl dressed in 'BK' style 29. Wide of girl dressed in 'BK' style 30. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Kubota Takako, Cosmetic Dermatologist "One of the features of tanning salons is that they allow users to tan without experiencing any of the symptoms related to sun burn. However, since they use ultraviolet light, users increase the risk of contracting skin cancer and may experience premature aging of the skin." 31. Two girls dressed in 'GAL' style (tanned) Shibuya, Tokyo 32. 'O Ni Kei' male and his 'Shibuya Kei GAL' girlfriend LEAD IN: Japan is known for its very distinctive 'looks' from painted geishas to manga fans. Many Japanese women still pride themselves on pale complexions and often carry parasols to protect their skin from the sun. But now more and more young people are embracing the tanned look as it is an essential part of several fashion styles or 'looks'. STORYLINE : Tans, teens and fashion. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ca664d192781e5f53783c398121d130e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Archive Absurd
 
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From the album you all look the same to me
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Roma teens learn Hip Hop
 
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Bilina - recent 1. Wide Roma teenages arrive at school for workshop 2. Wide hip hop dance two girls dancing 3. Wide on Shameema Williams, member of South African Hip Hop bend Godessa 4. Boys doing break dance 5. Various of Shameema Williams, member of South African Hip Hop bend Godessa 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Shameema Williams, member of South African Hip Hop bend Godessa "You can immediately see that there are problems because as soon as you have a ghetto, it's a breading ground for social disorder". 7. Wide shot on Roma residence building at the ghetto 8. Various of Roma people 9. UPSOUND :(Czech) Honza Mladek, Roma Teenager (rapping) "I will show you our black world, hey ...I am black and what's the problem with that, but when you see a black you get sick don't you?". 10. SOUNDBITE :(Czech) Honza Mladek, Roma Teenager "I am fed up with racism and politics. That all really gets on my nerves. Also, people are not nice to each other with any tolerance. Simply people are using violence to solve their problems in nowadays". 11. Various town square 12. SOUNDBITE :(Czech)Tomas Pokorny, Czech Teenager "Gypsies are very rude. I hate them really". 13. Wide of two taxi drivers: SOUNDBITE :(Czech) Taxi driver #1 "Do you want to see how they live in their district. Go and see and you will get a picture. " 14. SOUNDBITE :(Czech) Taxi driver #2 "They are untouchable; no police, law and order is valid for them. " 15. SOUNDBITE :(Czech) Milada Krajici, Czech woman "We can see that in schools how they humiliate other children, verbally insult teachers and masters etc. Simply they are disrupting other children's education. I don't want to say that all gypsies are bad, however the majority really is." 16. SOUNDBITE :(Czech) Roman Cizek, Czech Man "Sometimes a gypsy could be much better person that a white guy. It depends�". 17. SOUNDBITE :(Czech) Radka Cerna, Czech Woman (no name available) Reporter question : How do Czechs see Gypsies? Answer " I think like they see them like a trash.." 18. Wide Roma suburb 19. SOUNDBITE :(Czech) Dr. Ivan Vesely, President of Roma civil organization Dzeno: "Only uneducated people in Czech society openly make racist comments. The majority of white Czech population, frustrated by low incomes, high tax and generally not satisfied with their lives, finds Romas convenient scapegoats." 20. Various of people in Roma ghetto 21. SOUNDBITE :(English) Shameema Williams, member of South African Hip Hop bend Godessa "They can releaize that with all difficulties we had growing up it's possible to do something positive with your life and that you don't need to end up being on the street, not having a job. If you have don't good education, as in my case, you can use your creativity to do something in your life. That's the most important thing I want them to realize: use your creative energy and see what the possibilities are". 22. Shameema Williams performing Hip Hop 23. SOUNDBITE :(Czech) Vera Mala, Roma student "She gave us a lecture about the Hip Hop and Rap all together. What's the actually meaning are of such music for her and for us". 24. Shameema's photo opportunity with Hip Hop students LEAD IN: In the Czech Republic the Roma community claims it is often discriminated against. Now one group hopes that through Hip Hop, Roma teenagers can learn confidence and improve their future prospects. STORYLINE: These Roma teenagers are already dressed like LA gangstas in basketball gear, ready for their lesson in Hip Hop. Their teacher is Shameema Williams, one third of the all female Hip-Hop group Godessa from South Africa. She recently travelled to the town of Bilina, about 100 km north of Prague, for a one day work shop. EDITORS NOTE: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/98ff51055194213bc398ad3648142c41 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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1950s/1960s Teens Kissing in Car
 
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When Teens Get Pregnant (1982)
 
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Teen mothers get to share their stories without judgment in this short documentary directed by Barbara Wallace. Produced by Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital. I do not own the rights. Originally uploaded on the internet archive. Presented for historical purposes. Feel free to comment and subscribe.
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Palestinian teen girls head to US for world tech comp
 
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(6 Aug 2018) LEADIN Four Palestinian high school friends are heading to California this week to pitch their mobile app about fire prevention to Silicon Valley's tech leaders. The team won a slot in the finals of a worldwide competition where they were up against more than 19,000 other teenage girls. STORYLINE For the 11th graders from the Israeli-occupied West Bank, the ticket of admission to the World Pitch Summit signals a particularly dramatic leap. They come from middle class families that value education, but opportunities have been limited because of the omnipresent Israeli-Palestinian conflict, prevailing norms of patriarchy in their traditional society and typically underequipped schools with outdated teaching methods. The teenage friends - Wasan al-Sayed, Zubaida al-Sadder, Masah Halaweh and Tamara Awayseh - are heading to California this week to pitch their mobile app about fire prevention to Silicon Valley's tech leaders at the finals of Technovation Challenge. "We had 12 ideas at the beginning, but when the Civil Defense team visited us at the school and gave the student a lecture about how to extinguish a fire and during that they told us that there is a high rate of fire caused by teenagers, so we were inspired by the lecture to create the app about fire," says Halaweh.   The app is called 'Be a Fire Fighter' and it works as a virtual reality game where the player works to prevent or extinguish a fire. "We teach them through the application how to deal with a fire when it happens, how to extinguish a fire and how to avoid fire, the game teaches you that a candle must be in a large dish so that nothing is burned next to it if it falls. The game teaches you how to use a wet blanket, not water to stop a fire of boiling oil," explains Awayseh. The subject is particularly relevant in some parts of the Palestinian territories, such as the Gaza Strip, where a border blockade by Israel and Egypt - imposed after the takeover of the Islamic militant group Hamas in 2007 - has led to hours-long daily power cuts and the widespread use of candles and other potential fire hazards. Twelve teams have made it to the finals of the Technovation Challenge, presenting apps that tackle problems in their communities. The Palestinian teens compete in the senior division against teams from Egypt, the United States, Mexico, India and Spain, for scholarships of up to 15,000 US dollars. The competition, now in its ninth year, is run by Iridescent, a global non-profit offering opportunities to young people, especially girls, through technology. The teens first heard about the competition a few months ago from an IT teacher at their school in a middle-class neighbourhood in Nablus, where IT classes are a modest affair, held twice a week, with two students to a computer. The girls worked with a local mentor, Yamamah al-Shakah, provided by the competition organisers. The teens now hope to expand their app to include wildfire prevention. They will also present a business and marketing plan at the California pitching session. The Technovation Challenge has already been a life-changing experience for the girls. They are now determined to pursue careers in technology. After the competition, they will give the app to the Palestinian Education Ministry for use in schools. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive​ Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/​​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cba403acdbf6e415756e0926538a7aab
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1940s Teen Age Fashions - Archive film 1943
 
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https://glamourdaze.com/ Vintage newsreel looking at teen age fashions in the last years of the Second World War. Footage: Universal Newsreels Public Domain archive
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Mass ahead of Mexican teen's viral party
 
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(27 Dec 2016) A small-town Mexican girl whose parents' invitation to her 15th birthday celebrations went viral has attended a pre-party Mass with her family and friends. Rubi Ibarra, wearing a magenta beaded dress and crown, was escorted to the Mass venue by her father and security officers. On Sunday, police and local residents helped make final preparations for the party after millions of people responded to an online invitation. Ibarra has received numerous offers since the video invitation went viral including free airplane tickets and hotel stays. She was even approached to appear on the soap opera "The Rose of Guadalupe". The governor of the State of Mexico has also offered her a free vacation at the state's tourist spot, Valle de Bravo. Millions responded after the Ibarra's father taped an invitation for "everybody" and posted it on YouTube, telling everyone to come to Ibarra's coming of age party in northern Mexico. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8ce81575af9f5f66de3bbfb609ac8601 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Teens Press For Gun Control Outside White House
 
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(19 Feb 2018) Dozens of teenage students are lying down on the pavement in front of the White House to demand presidential action on gun control after 17 students were killed in a school shooting in Florida. The teenagers are also joined by parents and educators. The protesters are holding their arms crossed at their chests. Two activists are covered by an American flag, another one is holding a sign asking, "Am I next?" Nikolas Cruz, a 19-year-old who had been expelled from the school, is being held without bail in the Broward County Jail, accused of 17 counts of first-degree murder. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2e039b03c05a5ba2bce70e7c5a4f6195 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Teens Press For Gun Control Outside White House
 
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(19 Feb 2018) Dozens of teenage students are lying down on the pavement in front of the White House to demand presidential action on gun control after 17 students were killed in a school shooting in Florida. The teenagers are also joined by parents and educators. The protesters are holding their arms crossed at their chests. Two activists are covered by an American flag, another one is holding a sign asking, "Am I next?" Nikolas Cruz, a 19-year-old who had been expelled from the school, is being held without bail in the Broward County Jail, accused of 17 counts of first-degree murder. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ae641810e475444e88fb430ce06e5e64 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Autistic teens learn how to make friends
 
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(21 Aug 2009) Los Angeles, California - recent 1.Mid shot of Andrea Levy playing a ball game 2.Mid shot of children playing games in courtyard 3.Medium shot of autistic teen at class 4.Medium shot of two autistic girls at class 5.SOUNDBITE (English): Andrea Levy, autistic teen: "It's like different kids hang out in different areas of the school and I don't really get that." 6.Wide of Andrea Levy and mother in their living room 7.SOUNDBITE (English): Gina Levy, Andrea's mother: "She's in a regular school. With typical kids. But she tends to have difficult time relating to her peers. And she doesn't quite know how to join in conversations and be part of the group." 8.Mid shot of Liz Laugeson, head of the PEERS programme for autistic teens 9.Close-up of autistic girl at class 10.Close-up of autistic boy 11.Mid shot of sign of Jane and Marc Nathanson family resource center 12.Close-up of poster with the timetable of the PEERS social group class 13.Set up of Liz Laugeson, doctor who heads up the PEERS class for autistic teenagers: 15.SOUNDBITE (English): Liz Laugeson, doctor who heads up the PEERS class for autistic teenagers: "What we know about the research in friendships is that having one or two close friends is predictive of later adjustment in life. We know that having one or two close friends can buffer stressful life events. People who have friends are less likely to be depressed, are less likely to be anxious, and they're more likely to feel good about themselves and have better self-esteem." 16.Medium shot of autistic boy playing games 17.Tilt down to autistic teenagers playing games 18. SOUNDBITE (English): Gina Levy, Andrea's mother: "If I wasn't in the class and getting the coaching from the therapists here, I wouldn't know what to look for." 19. Shots of Andrea playing frisbee with other autistic teens 20. SOUNDBITE (English): Liz Laugeson, UCLA dept. of Psychology: "The good news is that they have the skills to do that now, there is this parent component, so parents will be there to coach their kids, to encourage them to continue to use the skills, so I think progress is all very promising." 21.Medium shot of Andrea in her living room, making a call 22. Close up of Andrea talking on the phone. (Upsound:"I was just calling to say hello.") 23.Wide shot of Andrea in her living room 24.Medium shot Andrea talking on the phone. (Upsound: "I have got some history to do and have to do a debate." 25.Pan right to medium shot of Andrea Levy sitting on armchair, talking on the phone 26.Close-up of Andrea talking on the phone LEAD IN: The teen years are challenging for many youngsters and parents, but more so if the teenagers are autistic. Some research suggests autistic kids who get help early can overcome some of their disabilities. But the social skills they learn as toddlers may not be so useful to a teen. Now a new programme in California is teaching them to communicate with their peers and widen their circle of friends. STORYLINE : Thirteen-year-old Andrea Levy is autistic and socialising doesn't come naturally. For the past several weeks, she's gone to classes that teach the delicate ins and outs of making friends: etiquette for autistic teens. Growing up, Andrea hardly had friends at all. They either moved away or grew tired by her inability to emotionally connect. When she was 18 months old, her parents noticed something was amiss. Instead of babbling, she would cry or scream to get attention. She had no desire to play, even with her older brother. Some doctors said not to worry; others thought she had a speech impediment. The family soon enrolled Andrea in special play therapy. At school Andrea struggles to relate to her peers. She has 33 friends and counting. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9353a32cb77baf79e45ca9c4e3d57e2e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Archive: Cringe Teens Sing Lion King
 
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lol highschool choir must have had an early singing meet that morning.
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New regulation gives status hope for refugee teens
 
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(19 Apr 2018) LEADIN: A new Lebanese regulation could make it easier for teenage Syrian refugees to obtain residency in their host country. Many youngsters have missed out on education and work because of their ambiguous legal status. STORYLINE: Many of these children have lived in Lebanon without legal status for years. The country hosts some 1.5 million Syrian refugees, many of whom are not registered with the government. But a new law could change that and create more freedom for those who have fled from war. Effective as of the end of last month, the regulation allows Syrian refugee children who have turned 15 to 18 after their arrival in Lebanon and who do not have a Syrian passport to obtain temporary residency. The changes to the law mean that many who are currently out of school could get back on track and receive an education. All that is required of them is to have a Syrian-issued "individual status record" that has been issued in the past two years. "Lebanon has for a long time imposed harsh residency regulations on Syrians in the country. They've made it very difficult for them to get legal status, which as a result of which about 74 percent of Syrians right now in Lebanon do not have legal status to be in the country," explains Bassam Khawaja, Human Rights Watch (HRW) Lebanon researcher. "That means that they are vulnerable to arrest, exploitation, it's hard for them to put children in school, it's hard to access health care, and really any interaction with authorities can mean risk of arrest." Lebanon, a country with a population of roughly five million, has been pushing to repatriate its sizeable Syrian refugee population. It says they have been a drain on public services and jobs and has therefore made it difficult for refugees to obtain residency, according to rights workers. It's the reason many Syrian refugee children are out of school. Lebanese authorities require children to apply for their own residency after they turn 15. But many came into the country seven years ago when the conflict started, and have passed into illegal status. HRW has seen a correlation in children not having residency with increased use of child labour, underage marriage, and a lack of formal education. It is no wonder then that the new regulations are welcomed by many groups. Lisa Abou Khaled, UNHCR spokeswoman, says the new regulations are a positive step. "Previously, they (refugees) did not have residencies because it's difficult for them to get the documents, because they need some type of identification, a passport. And of course this limited where they could go and what they could do." Many of the refugees at the Al-Marj camp in the Bekaa valley do not have documents. There is no work for adults, and children attend over-burdened schools. And it seems their worries may not be over yet. The problem with the new law is that refugee children are still required to have basic, valid identification. Khawaja explains the complications that will still arise with the new regulations in place. "The regulation requires that the records have been issued within the past two years, and many children came to Lebanon longer ago. And so, it's not clear to what extent this will actually benefit a large number of children, because many of them might be required to go, for example to the Syrian embassy to get these documents, which many are afraid to do." Despite the potential obstacles, the shift in law is still a hopeful sign for young refugees. Malak Al-Khaled is 16 years old and lives in the Al-Marja camp. He and his family came to Lebanon from Deir el-Zour three years ago. He could be eligible under the new regulation. "It will make the situation better." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/011bf3f75c784145f8738edeb67b7aaa Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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ONLY ON AP Teen girl given in marriage to man, 36
 
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(30 Dec 2016) STORYLINE: In deeply conservative regions of Pakistan the tribal exchange of girls between families is still a common practice, with most of them underage. The tradition is in fact so entrenched it even has its own name in Urdu: Watta Satta, which means give and take. A girl may be given away to pay a debt or settle a dispute between feuding families. She might be married to a cousin to keep her dowry in the family or married for the prospect of a male heir. That was the case for Mohammad Ramzan, living in Jampur, in the deep southern parts of Punjab province. He can neither hear nor speak, and he is mentally challenged. But the 36-year-old knew his wife, Saima, was too young when she was given to him as a bride. The girl's father, Wazir Ahmed, says she was 14, not 13, but her age was beside the point. It mattered only that she had reached puberty when he arranged her marriage as an exchange: his daughter for Ramzan's sister, whom he wanted to take as a second wife. His first wife, Saima's mother, had given him only daughters, and he hoped his second wife would give him a son. But Sabeel wouldn't marry him until her brother had a wife to care for him. She would be a bride in exchange for a bride. Many believe that their Islamic religion instructs fathers to marry their daughters at puberty. "If it is not done, our society thinks parents have not fulfilled their religious obligation," says Faisal Tangwani, regional coordinator for the independent Human Rights Commission of Pakistan in nearby Multan. Ahmed sees the hand of God in his daughter's marriage to a disabled man. He says that the fact that Ramzan is nearly three times his daughter's age is irrelevant. But the legal marrying age here is 16, and in a rare move, police did investigate Saima's marriage after they received a complaint, possibly from a relative involved in a dispute with her father. For a few days Ramzan and Ahmed were jailed, but Saima testified in court that she was 16 and they were released. She says she told the authorities she was 16 to protect her father and husband. In Saima's world of crushing poverty, where centuries old tribal traditions mix with religious beliefs, a crippling cycle traps even the perpetrators with a life's burden: a father who longs for a son to help support his family; a wife who must provide that son; a daughter who must become a mother even when she is still a child. Saima's mother, Jannat, agrees with marrying off her daughters early. She says girls are a 'headache' after they reach puberty. They can't be left at home alone for fear of unwanted sexual activity -- or worse, the daughter leaves home with a boy of her choice. Her husband's new wife, Sabeel, says she agreed to marry Ahmed because of her brother. She wanted him to have a wife. Ramzan's elderly parents live with him. His father rarely leaves his bed, saying he has trouble walking. His mother begs from morning until night, sometimes knocking on doors, other times parking herself in the middle of a dusty road, her hand outstretched for donations. Like Ramzan, she can neither hear nor speak, and both her hips and one knee have been broken. Saima meanwhile doesn't talk much. Her answers are short, and matter-of-fact. Ramzan gestures that he is afraid Saima will leave him one day, and says that God will be unhappy if she does. Saima says she understands her husband's gestures, but it's hard to know. Most of the translations are done by his 12-year-old niece, Haseena, Sabeel's daughter from the previous marriage. Back at Saima's old home, her seven-year-old sister, Asma has already been promised to her cousin, who is about 10. They will marry when she reaches puberty. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d12a8e87ed3186e6a81962991fdff181 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Pakistani teen Malala on efforts to release Nigerian girls
 
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Malala Day has been dedicated to the hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls who were abducted by the extremist group Boko Haram in April. Education activist Malala Yousafzai dedicated this year's celebration to the 219 schoolgirls who have been held by for three months by the militants. The Pakistani teenager, who escaped a Taliban assassination attempt in 2012, is celebrating her 17th birthday in Nigeria in an effort to work for the release of the girls. Malala Day is an annual event that celebrates the right to education. Nigeria's leader Goodluck Jonathan has drawn international condemnation for his government's failure to quickly rescue the students, and the girls' parents have begged him to negotiate with the militants. Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau released a new video on Sunday in which he repeated demands that the government release detained insurgents in exchange for the girls' freedom. Over the weekend, the group was blamed for the bombing of a major bridge on a northeast Nigerian highway that further limits access to its base camps in the Sambisa Forest, where some of the kidnapped girls are believed to be held. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f23d2103b443469112163d1c4fd12545 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Pop7707's Teen Archive | Michael Jackson & Soulja Boy
 
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These videos are late 2000's era before Google bought YouTube and my "Michael Jackson vs Spongebob" videos were earning me a bunch of subscribers; a few from middle school, most from early High School. Some are just random bits and others are from when I was involved with the Boys and Girls Club of Kansas City. Not everything I made is here. I didn't want a super long video.. lol
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EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE: FUN WITH TEENS!
 
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http://everythingisterrible.com From the Classic EIT! archives! Everything Is Terrible! is your one and only source for daily video insanity! Visit our archive to see thousands of old VHS hits and to stay up to date on our touring live show schedule! Visit our store for DVDs, shirts, hats, coloring books, pins, posters, stickers, and more! BUY HERE - https://everythingisterrible.bigcartel.com We are currently in possession of 14,000 Jerry Maguire VHS tapes! We will soon build a permanent pyramid in the desert where all the Jerry will live forever. Seriously. This is the stupidest incarnation of the American Dream and it must be realized. Learn more here - http://jerrymaguirepyramid.com/ DONATE to the pyramid here - https://www.gofundme.com/jerry-maguire-vhs-pyramid FOLLOW EIT!: http://everythingisterrible.com https://facebook.com/everythingisterrible https://instagram.com/everythingisterrible666 https://twitter.com/E_I_T https://soundcloud.com/everythingisterrible666
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10 Famous Female Teen Filipino Youtubers
 
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Here's our Top 10 Most Subscribed Female Teenagers Filipino Youtubers in the Philippines for 2017 (ThatsBella, Janina Vela, Pamela Swing, Andrea Brillantes, Hannah Pangilinan, Riva Quenery, etc.) Watch out for our next countdown! Hello! Please Share This Video To Your Aspiring Youtubers Friends. Subscribe for more Pinas Archive. Thank you! All credit goes to the owner of the video. Follow and Contact Us(Business) / Send Videos here: https://www.facebook.com/pinasarchive
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Archive: Old man gets pushed down for pushing a teen
 
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GIT OUTTA HERE BOYYYYYY!
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Moroccan teens cleared in homosexuality trial
 
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(9 Dec 2016) Two Moroccan teenage girls have been found innocent of charges of homosexuality by a Moroccan judge on Friday. The girls, 16 and 17 years old, had been detained late last October after their parents reportedly took them to a police station for being caught hugging and kissing. They were detained for a few days and released pending the court's ruling. Morocco's penal code criminalizes "lewd or unnatural acts with an individual of the same sex" under article 489 with prison terms from six months up to three years and fines of up to 1,000 dirhams (100 US dollars). Several human rights organisations, including Human Rights Watch, had been calling on authorities to release the girls. Omar Arbib, member of the Moroccan Association For Human Rights (AMDH), said the law needed to change altogether so that society's thinking towards homosexuality could change too. The girls will have stay remain under their parents guardianship until their are 18 years old. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d72699fbaef6fb511dbf7949a9bb3704 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Suicide of teen girl forced to marry rapist sparks protests
 
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(17 Mar 2012) 1. Mid of demonstrators holding placards and chanting, calling for change in law 2. Mid of man chanting, holding picture of 16-year-old Amina Filali who committed suicide last week 3. Mid of women chanting 4. Wide of demonstrators in front of parliament building 5. Mid of placard with picture of Amina Filali 6. SOUNDBITE: (French) Fouzia Assouli, president of Democratic League for Women's Rights: "What we have witnessed is scandalous. We have had enough. We must change this law, we must change the penal code." 7. Close-up of woman demonstrator chanting 8. Pan across demonstrators holding placards 9. SOUNDBITE: (French) Fatiha Benmahjoub, demonstrator: "We aren't just defending Moroccan women's rights, we are defending the women who are victims of rape, beatings and massacres across the whole world." 10. Mid of cartoon on placard, showing people carrying coffin, placard reads: (French) "Article 475 killed me" 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Stephanie Willman Bordat, Global Rights human rights organisation spokesperson "With the current government, I think the fear is that women's rights will go backwards. This is a fear not just in Morocco but regionally with what we have seen in Tunisia and Egypt so I think post Arab Spring, women's rights groups are on guard and are being very vigilant because of a fear of women's rights getting worse rather than moving forward." 12. Various of demonstrators STORYLINE: Demonstrators gathered in the Moroccan capital on Saturday to protest the tragic chain of events that led to the suicide of a 16-year-old girl who was forced to marry the man she said had raped her. Some 150 demonstrators gathered outside parliament in Rabat to call for an overhaul of the penal code. Amina Filali took her own life last weekend, escaping her abusive marriage, by eating rat poison. She had been pressured by a conservative rural Moroccan society, a judge and her own mother to marry the man she said had raped her at 15. Amina's mother said she found her daughter being attacked in the forest after hearing she had been waylaid by a man with a knife. She immediately took the girl to the family home of the man, who was 10 years older, and demanded they marry. The marriage was then sanctioned by a judge and the law which permits underage marriages to "resolve" rape cases. The Associated Press does not generally identify alleged victims of sexual abuse, but in this case her parents, poor farmers in Morocco's fertile coastal region, agreed that she could be identified. Amina's husband and his family could not be reached for comment on what happened to her. According to the dead girl's mother, the forced marriage did not go well, as neither the groom nor his family, also quite poor, welcomed the new addition. Amina lived with her unemployed husband in a small shack next to his family's home and was reportedly beaten regularly by him and his mother. Her tragic death called attention to - and prompted outrage over - an article in the penal code absolving the rape of a minor if it is followed by marriage. Activists and social workers are calling for its repeal. In conservative Middle East societies, a family's honour rests with the women and intercourse outside of wedlock brings a deep shame that can only be remedied with marriage. The practice dates back to the Old Testament and takes place in conservative or tribal parts in the Muslim world, such as Afghanistan. Morocco updated its family code in 2004 in a landmark improvement of the situation of women, but activists say there's still room for improvement. The Arabic version refers to the one who "kidnaps or deceives" a minor. Whatever the wording, the article is cited in justifying the minor's marriage. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ae428c890c6a2e67ca0223f4e233aacd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Study Finds More Teens Identify as Transgender
 
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(5 Feb 2018) Far more U.S. teens than previously thought are transgender or identify themselves using other nontraditional gender terms, with many rejecting the idea that girl and boy are the only options, new research suggests. The study looked at students in ninth and 11th grade and estimated that nearly 3 percent are transgender or gender nonconforming, meaning they don't always self-identify as the sex they were assigned at birth. That includes kids who refer to themselves using neutral pronouns like "them" instead of "he" or "she." The study is an analysis of a 2016 statewide survey of almost 81,000 Minnesota teens. Nearly 2,200 identified as transgender or gender nonconforming. The study found that these kids reported worse mental and physical health than other kids, echoing results seen in previous research. Bullying and discrimination are among possible reasons for the differences, Rider said, although the survey didn't ask. Rider said it's a study based on a statewide population of teens in ninth and 11th grades and that the results can be used to estimate numbers of trans and gender nonconforming teens in those grades across the United States. The study was published Monday in Pediatrics. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e78979c08a1bc67d314dc855ea25ee61 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Funerals for some of the teens killed in birthday party shooting
 
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(24 Oct 2010) 1. Wide exterior of church 2. Close of the church name, reading (Spanish): 'Lord of the Miracles' 3. Wide of mourners outside the church 4. Mourners leaning against cars 5. Mid of a group singing, many of the victims were part of a folk group, 6. Close of woman singing 7. Four men carrying a coffin out of car 8. Men carrying the coffin passing by camera 9. Close of man hugging a coffin 10. Close of man's hand 11. Close of woman staring at coffin and crying while being consoled by friends and relatives 12. Mid of people around a coffin, crying 13. Close of two teenage boys crying over a coffin 14. Close of woman crying over a coffin 15. Mid of people around a coffin, one man walking away, crying 16. Two women hugging each other 17. Wide of mourners inside the church 18. Mid of mourners inside the church 19. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Miriam Yadira Ponce, sister of two of the victims: "We are afraid of going into the streets, this is no longer a city, this is just pure violence, we don't even want to go out anymore (she starts weeping)" 20. Various of relatives gathered around one of the coffins STORYLINE A funeral for four of the victims of Friday's birthday party massacre in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, took place on Sunday morning, amidst the tears, frustration and despair of their relatives and school friends. Mourners gathered at the 'Lord of the Miracles' church on Sunday, in emotional scenes relatives were seen weeping over the open coffins of their loved ones. The death toll from the birthday party massacre rose on Sunday to 14 after an 18-year-old male died of his wounds. Another nineteen people were wounded in the attack on two private homes where about four dozen partygoers had gathered for a teen's birthday. The dead identified so far were aged from 13 to 32 years old, and the majority of the victims were high school students, a survivor said. While investigators said they have not yet identified the perpetrators or a motive, police found 70 bullet casings from assault weapons typically used by drug gangs at the scene of the shootings. Cartel violence has killed more than two-thousand people so far this year in the city across from El Paso, Texas. "We are afraid of going into the streets, this is no longer a city, this is just pure violence, we don't even want to go out anymore," said Miriam Yadira Ponce, the sister of two of the victims killed in Friday's attack. Friday's attack recalled a similar massacre in Ciudad Juarez in January, when gunmen killed 15 people at a house party. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/21754b6084ffb230fa5ed4a6d3754dbc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Springfield Pervert & Satanic Racist call the Canadian Teens
 
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Famous prank call victims archive Call by TheGoldenPhone
Views: 5103 Ima Legalfirm
Little Clydie & The Teens - Oh Me
 
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Discord: https://discord.gg/fu3wjnR Back in 2016 with more classics. The best and only post-nuclear archive expands.
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BILL COSBY with TEENS 1965 comedy routine
 
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1959 HITS ARCHIVE: Believe Me - Royal Teens
 
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After their best-known hit “Short Shorts” in 1958, this ballad was the group’s only other single to chart top-40 nationwide. Pop Chart Peaks: Music Vendor 15, Cash Box 21, Billboard 26 The original 45rpm single was issued on Capitol 4261 - Believe Me (Austin-Gaudio-Villa) by The Royal Teens Check out the daily music posts on my Facebook group: 1950s HITS--EVERY DAY! https://www.facebook.com/groups/824194430969202/
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Study Finds More Teens Identify as Transgender
 
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(5 Feb 2018) Far more U.S. teens than previously thought are transgender or identify themselves using other nontraditional gender terms, with many rejecting the idea that girl and boy are the only options, new research suggests. The study looked at students in ninth and 11th grade and estimated that nearly 3 percent are transgender or gender nonconforming, meaning they don't always self-identify as the sex they were assigned at birth. That includes kids who refer to themselves using neutral pronouns like "them" instead of "he" or "she." The study is an analysis of a 2016 statewide survey of almost 81,000 Minnesota teens. Nearly 2,200 identified as transgender or gender nonconforming. The study found that these kids reported worse mental and physical health than other kids, echoing results seen in previous research. Bullying and discrimination are among possible reasons for the differences, Rider said, although the survey didn't ask. Rider said it's a study based on a statewide population of teens in ninth and 11th grades and that the results can be used to estimate numbers of trans and gender nonconforming teens in those grades across the United States. The study was published Monday in Pediatrics. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a07b1327dca69847e2962c2275636737 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hundreds take part in funeral march for Palestinian teen
 
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(9 Jun 2018) Hundreds of mourners marched through the streets of Rafah on Saturday, carrying the body of Haitham al-Jamal, a teenager who was shot and killed a day earlier by Israeli troops near the Gaza border fence. The 15-year-old is the 12th child under the age of 16 to have been killed since the near-weekly protests against the blockade of Gaza by Israel and Egypt began on March 30. Haitham's mother paid her respects near his body on Saturday, while mourners threw flowers. Haitham's family said he was taking part in a protest in Rafah, in southern Gaza, when he was shot. The teenage boy was among at least four demonstrators killed on Friday as Israeli troops fired live rounds and tear gas at thousands of Palestinians protesting near the Gaza border fence. Over 600 were wounded, Gaza health officials said. More than 100 of the wounded, including a photographer for the French news agency Agence Press France, were hit by live fire, the officials added, as the demonstrators burned tyres, threw stones and flew flaming kites in the latest in a series of mass protests to call attention to the decade-old blockade. Israel claims Gaza's Hamas leaders are using the protests as cover to carry out attacks. Since the near-weekly protests began on March 30, more than 120 Palestinians have been killed and over 3,800 wounded by Israeli army fire. The overwhelming majority of the dead and wounded have been unarmed, according to Gaza health officials. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive​ Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/​​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3c630250f0f54e514181af386f0c44b8
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AFH Archive: AFH teens creating ReVision furniture.
 
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A behind-the-scenes video of AFH teens creating ReVision furniture.
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Court finds British teen girls guilty of drug trafficking
 
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SHOTLIST 1. Pan from Ghanaian coat of arms to waiting journalists 2. Cutaway of Gary Nicholls, political press officer for British High Commission, speaking with journalist 3. Nicholls and colleague walking into courtroom 4. Journalist sending a text message 5. Two lawyers walking out of courtroom 6. Lawyers walking away 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Gary Nicholls, political press officer for the British High Commission:++AUDIO QUALITY AS INCOMING++ "Today, we had the judges sitting, summarising both the prosecution and defence cases, and after due consideration gave verdicts on both counts of guilty against both British minors. Sentencing was not delivered today as the judges requested a social services' report which will factor into the sentencing, which is due to take place on the fifth of December." ++VIDEO QUALITY AS INCOMING++ 8. Girls being rushed into the car STORYLINE Two British teenage girls were found guilty on Wednesday of trying to smuggle cocaine out of Ghana in laptop bags, officials and lawyers said. The 16-year-old students from London were to be sentenced on December 5, according to a spokesman for the British High Commission. They face up to three years in jail. The spokesman, Gary Nicholls, said both girls were found guilty on counts of possession and trafficking of narcotic drugs. The two were arrested at the Accra airport in July with nearly six kilogrammes (about 13 pounds) of the drug in their computer cases. Officials had said earlier the two had been recruited in London by drug traffickers who promised them an all expenses-paid vacation in return for serving as "mules" - drug couriers. The teens reportedly left for Africa telling their parents they were going on a holiday in France. The head of the girls' legal team said they plan to appeal. West Africa is increasingly becoming a transit point for drugs headed to Europe. Cocaine, mostly from Colombia, is brought on small planes and dropped on islands off the little-policed Atlantic Ocean coast, then distributed to couriers who carry it into Europe. British and Ghanaian officials began collaborating last year after the number of drug-related arrests at London airports linked to West African flights surged. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/24689a5d641b2b24949e671b833ba00f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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1956 HITS ARCHIVE: A Casual Look - Six Teens
 
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Trudy Williams sang lead for this teen group from Los Angeles. Billboard R&B Chart Peak: #7 Pop Chart Peaks: Billboard 25, Cash Box 35, Music Vendor 71 CD audio, originally issued on 45rpm: Flip 315 - A Casual Look (Wells) by The Six Teens Check out the daily music posts on my Facebook group: 1950s HITS--EVERY DAY! https://www.facebook.com/groups/824194430969202/ MusicProf78 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Musicprof78/689903871053047
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WRAP Court finds British teen girls guilty of drug trafficking
 
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SHOTLST: 1. Pan from Ghanaian coat of arms to waiting journalists 2. Cutaway of Gary Nicholls, political press officer for British High Commission, speaking with journalist 3. Nicholls and colleague walking into courtroom 4. Journalist sending a text message 5. Two lawyers walking out of courtroom 6. Lawyers walking away 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Gary Nicholls, political press officer for the British High Commission:++AUDIO QUALITY AS INCOMING++ "Today, we had the judges sitting, summarising both the prosecution and defence cases, and after due consideration gave verdicts on both counts of guilty against both British minors. Sentencing was not delivered today as the judges requested a social services' report which will factor into the sentencing, which is due to take place on the fifth of December." ++VIDEO QUALITY AS INCOMING++ 8. Girls bundled into car 9. Mid journalists taking notes 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sabine Zanker, Fair Trials International: "We will be appealing the verdict and we, Fair Trials International, will continue to support the Ghanaian lawyers who did an excellent job with their defence. We will be supporting them in their appeal." 11. Mid Zanker on phone surrounded by journalists STORYLINE: Two British teenage girls were found guilty on Wednesday of trying to smuggle cocaine out of Ghana in laptop bags, officials and lawyers said. The 16-year-old students from London were to be sentenced on December 5, according to a spokesman for the British High Commission. They face up to three years in jail. The spokesman, Gary Nicholls, said both girls were found guilty on counts of possession and trafficking of narcotic drugs. The two were arrested at the Accra airport in July with nearly six kilogrammes (about 13 pounds) of the drug in their computer cases. Officials had said earlier the two had been recruited in London by drug traffickers who promised them an all expenses-paid vacation in return for serving as "mules" - drug couriers. The teens reportedly left for Africa telling their parents they were going on a holiday in France. Sabine Zanker from Fair Trials International said after the verdict, that her team will appeal the court's decision. "...we, Fair Trials International, will continue to support the Ghanaian lawyers who did an excellent job with their defence. We will be supporting them in their appeal," she told the assembled journalists. West Africa is increasingly becoming a transit point for drugs headed to Europe. Cocaine, mostly from Colombia, is brought on small planes and dropped on islands off the little-policed Atlantic Ocean coast, then distributed to couriers who carry it into Europe. British and Ghanaian officials began collaborating last year after the number of drug-related arrests at London airports linked to West African flights surged. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/80e16d58e98fe53b905117eaf15793e4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Overcoming Opioids: Schools for Recovering Teens
 
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(25 Apr 2017) Overcoming Opioids: Schools for Recovering Teens You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f9a0c10ba99ace284181dfa91333bcd5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Classic Opie & Anthony: Jimmy Disturbed By Sadistic Ukraine Teens (12/10/08)
 
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Jimmy is upset about a video that he saw of teens in Ukraine who murdered people and took pics of themselves at the funerals and flipping off the dead people. ----- To listen to The Opie & Anthony Show live, five days a week between 6am-10am ET on XM 103 / Sirius 206, subscribe to Sirius XM over at siriusxm.com. For a free 30 day trial, sign up at siriusxm.com/freetrial. If you don't live in the United States, you can subscribe via Audible: bit.ly/162fNV9. Please support the show if you like what they do. - @OandAShow: http://twitter.com/oandashow - @OpieRadio: http://twitter.com/opieradio - @AnthonyCumia: http://twitter.com/anthonycumia - @JimNorton: http://twitter.com/jimnorton - @NotSam: http://twitter.com/notsam - @ErockRadio: http://twitter.com/erockradio - @TravisTefft: http://twitter.com/travistefft - Opie & Anthony Facebook: http://facebook.com/oandashow - Opie Radio Facebook: http://facebook.com/opieradiofans - Jim Norton Facebook: http://facebook.com/pages/Jim-Norton/14285152340 - Opie & Anthony Reddit: http://reddit.com/r/opieandanthony - Opie & Anthony Instagram: http://instagram.com/oandashow - Opie & Anthony 1 Month Audible Subscription: http://bit.ly/162fNV9 - Opie & Anthony 12 Month Audible Subscription: http://bit.ly/169bC4B - Opie & Anthony Podcast: http://itun.es/i6Fw9qZ - Sirius XM: http://siriusxm.com - Sirius XM Free Trial: http://siriusxm.com/freetrial - Opie & Anthony Channel: http://siriusxm.com/theopie&anthonychannel
British teens accused of drug trafficking appear in court
 
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1. Wide of court building 2. Medium of Ghanaian flag flying outside court building 3. Wide of journalists waiting outside the courtroom 4. Press officer for the British High Commission, Gary Nicholls talking on mobile phone 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gary Nichols, Press officer for the British High Commission: "And what has happened is they've been remanded back into the custody of the narcotics bureau and the prosecution asked for a one week stay on the start of the trial so that they can finish off their investigations." 6. British girls leaving court and getting into car, surrounded by media 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gary Nichols, Press officer for the British High Commission: "They've been charged provisional charges which is one count possession, one count attempting to export but as I say they are provisional charges and we won't know for definite what the final charge will be until 26th July when the trial begins." 8. Van containing two British girls reversing 9. Close-up of car registration plate, zoom out to car driving past 10. Close-up of sign outside court building STORYLINE: Two teenage British girls accused of attempting to smuggle 600 thousand US dollars worth of cocaine appeared in a Ghana court on Wednesday with the judge ruling that their trial would start on the 26th of July at a juvenile court. The pair, both 16-year-old students from London, were detained on the 2nd of July at the airport in the West African nation's capital. Customs officials discovered the cocaine hidden in laptop cases as the two were preparing to return to Britain. The girls were provisionally charged with drug possession and drug trafficking, crimes that carry 10 year prison terms in Ghana. Lead prosecutor Evelyn Keelson said she had asked for more time for investigators to gather evidence and probe the case. The judge granted the request and ordered the case be transferred to a juvenile court. It was unclear what impact the move would have on possible sentences, but Keelson said it meant the girls would carry out their sentences in a juvenile detention centre rather than a jail if found guilty. The girls appeared in the High Court for about 45 minutes, accompanied by Ghanaian lawyers and relatives, said Gary Nichols, head of Public Affairs at the British High Commission. "They've been remanded back into the custody of the narcotics bureau and the prosecution asked for a one week stay on the start of the trial so that they can finish off their investigations," said Nichols outside the court. "We won't know for definite what the final charge will be until 26th July when the trial begins," he added. Keelson meanwhile said the upcoming trial would not be open to the public. West Africa has become a new drug trafficking route; cocaine, originating mostly in Colombia, is brought on small planes and dropped off on islands off the West African coast, and then distributed to couriers who carry it on to Europe. British and Ghanaian officials began working together last year after the number of drug-related arrests at London airports from flights from West Africa began to soar. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2da1eedb6c938fa9301c6601e26bbe6a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The emo trend is popular with teens in Mexico
 
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Mexico City - 30th May, 2008 1. Jessica Aguirre, 17 year old emo, doing her hair up 2. Close-up of Jessica backcombing her hair 3. Close-up of Jessica as she puts lip gloss on 4. Jessica putting lip gloss on 5. SOUNDBITE, (Spanish) Jessica Aguirre, 17 year old emo: "I am an emo, and I have been through loneliness and sadness, yet I do not cut myself. So, it's an individual decision as some emos hurt themselves, however it does not mean that all the emos cut themselves." 6. Various of Jessica picking out an outfit 7. Wide of Glorieta de los Insurgentes square, filled with emos attending a concert 8. Emos at the concert 9. Various of emos outside subway station near the square 10. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Hector Castillo Berthier, expert in youth groups from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM): "Since the emos are a very recent group and are very young, they lack history. The emo movement is a trend that is becoming an urban tribe, or even might be a youth movement." 11. Various of Paola Cuevas, 17 year old emo girl, and her mother helping her with her hair 12. Various of CD being used as a hair clip 13. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Paola Cuevas, 17 year old emo "What's our style? How do we dress? We wear slim fit pants, tennis shoes like vans or converse. We do not wear black all the time and also wear other colours. We use hair with a lot of crepe (strong hair gel and extensions) and bangs (fringe) ." 14. Various of Angel Fernandez, 16 year old emo, sitting in front of his computer 15. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Angel Fernandez, 16 year old emo: "We, as emos, can adapt ourselves better to our own feelings. If we are sad we express it; if we are happy we express it just the way we are." 16. Various of emos Jessica, Paola, and Angel walking down a neighbourhood street 17. Javier Vila, Psychologist expert in teenagers and Psychology Professor at the UNAM pressing a T-shirt 18. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Javier Vila, Psychology professor at the UNAM: "Every young person, in general, is in need of an identity. A young person, a teenager looks to belong to a group, a group formed by similar individuals." 19. Various of Diana del Valle and Diana Arias, two 16 year old emo girls, shopping for a tiara at an accessories store 20. Diana del Valle taking a picture of her friend wearing the tiara 21. Various of Diana del Valle doing her make-up and painting a star on her cheek in the store 22. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Diana del Valle, 16 year old emo: "The hair bangs (fringe) mean that we lack interest. The bangs cover our face, it is a barrier between your feelings and every one else. It is a sign of indifference." 23. Various of Diana Arias doing her hair in the store 24. Close-up of her wrist and pointing out the scars of her self-inflected cuts 25. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Diana Arias, 16 year old emo: "I used to cut myself. I did it not for sadness but for anger. As a way to take out the anger when my parents scolded me. I used a sharpener knife to easily cut my wrists." 26. Various of Victor Morales, Director of Complaints and Orientation from Human Rights Commission of Mexico City 27. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Victor Morales, Director of Complaints and Orientation from Human Rights Commission of Mexico City : "The emos have been threatened by other urban tribes this is because they are the weakest link, or because they are the youngest of the youth; also because they lack a territory. Emos are an easy prey as they are so young. Here reigns the culture of intolerance which permeates every social class and people from all ages." 28. Various of emos at the concert in Glorieta de los Insurgentes square LEAD IN: Emos are a type of teenage tribe that is gaining popularity across the world. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cca17347e297ebaa690268e0a77d223f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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