Against the backdrop of an almost day-to-day occurrence of atrocities committed by youths, studies reveal that teenage pregnancy in the U.S. is at its lowest level in two decades. Another report revealed drug use among America’s youth is actually declining. Who are these people we call generation-X? What do these contradictory statistics say about them? Are they more disillusioned or more hopeful; better informed or out-of-touch; more virtuous or just scared straight? In a revealing two-part program, Tony Brown talks with a group of teenagers to find out their deepest and most intimate feelings about school, race, violence, crime, drugs and the future. 2216
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