Naked Truth - Summer 2022
In this issue of Naked Truth, we will explore what comprehensive education looks like and what influences accessibility to reliable information, particularly for marginalized individuals. Socioeconomic status, geographic location, and disability are just some of the factors that greatly influence what kind of information young people receive and how this affects how they are treated in education spaces.
Naked Truth - Summer 2021
This issue centers on the relationship young people have between our bodies and identities which are fundamentally connected. Young people from across the state share articles, poetry, and artwork showing their experiences with gender identity, body image, disability, beauty standards and more.
Naked Truth - Winter 2021
In this second issue, young people explore relationship dynamics and openly share their experiences with different forms of relationships. We have also included educational information, resources for support, and interactive activities to help young people navigate healthy relationships, boundaries, and consent.
Naked Truth - Summer 2020
In this first issue, young people openly express how both pandemics – COVID-19 and systemic racism – have impacted them and their communities.
Watch our interview with Editor-in-Chief of the first issue and Peer Educator, Brianna Nelson, to learn more about this exciting new project.
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