There's a new class of Teen Advisors for the U.N. Foundation's Girl Up initiative, and they're ready to take over the world.
The second season of the model scouting show "We Love Your Genes" is here. And 15-year-old Maddie Ziegler is executive-producing.
Three Gen Z-ers from across the country take us through their day in screenshots, for an inside glimpse of the world of a teenage girl.
In a series of articles now on Yahoo Lifestyle, we get to know this rising generation and what makes its members so powerful, so opinionated, and so unique. This is Gen Z.
Jaclyn Corin is the incoming senior class president at Marjory Stoneman Douglas and a co-founder of March for Our Lives. She will stop at nothing less than changing the world.
Maddie Ziegler got her start on "Dance Moms," but the 16-year-old performer has big plans for her future.
Gen Z-ers Hannah Lucas and her brother Charlie created an app that teens and others can use as a help button for mental health problems.
Genesis Butler is an 11-year-old animal rights activist doing everything she can to make the world better for all species.
Meet Russell Horning, the 16-year-old better known as the Backpack Kid. He invented a dance called the Floss.
Mari Copeny is quickly becoming a voice for kids all across the country: 'We won't allow our peers to keep getting murdered in their schools.'
Delaney Colaio lost her father and uncle in the Sept. 11 attacks. While in high school, she decided to make a documentary about the 3,051 children who lost a parent that day.
Gitanjali Rao is only 12 years old but she's already being called America's top young scientist.
Aaron Philip, a 17-year-old trans model, won't let cerebral palsy hold her back.
Marley Dias is 13 years old, she cares passionately about books and inclusion, and she's changing the way students get access to books.
Jay Versace became famous by making funny videos in his childhood bedroom, and now this Gen Z-er is redefining comedy, one laugh at a time.
Jasilyn Charger, 21, helped found the International Indigenous Youth Council and inspired 20,000 people to run 2,000 miles from North Dakota to Washington.
Amanda Gorman is the Youth Poet Laureate and a member of Gen Z, the emerging generation out to change the world.
Filmmaker and activist Elyse Fox never intended to make a documentary about her depression. But when she did, she ignited a worldwide discussion about mental health and Generation Z.