Only about 60 people remain in Isle de Jean Charles, a southern Louisiana town. Activists have coined those who left America’s first “climate refugees,” but they are not officially recognized that way.
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What has having First Amendment rights meant for those fighting for social justice, and for young people?
Janna Jihad Ayyad is a ten-year-old reporter who lives in the West Bank. She records videos on her camera and reports on social media about what is happening in her village.
Native communities are fighting to keep their languages alive. Linguists predict more than half of the world’s indigenous languages will disappear in the next 100 years. Hawaii’s native language almost did.
Why is the future of the Supreme Court important? How will the Supreme Court fill the hole on the bench? What will happen now?
A 2015 study shows that Generation Z is more open-minded and has more progressive values than millennials, especially around gender and sexuality.
On March 14, Vanita Gupta and Lisa Foster, members of the U.S. Department of Justice, sent a letter to local court systems in the United States saying it’s unconstitutional that they put poor defendants in jail because they can’t afford to pay fines and fees.
For a handful of refugee athletes, this year’s Summer Olympics will offer a chance to build a new life.
The 2015-16 El Niño has been one of the three strongest in recorded history, with serious problems like famine, floods and sickness resulting from strange weather patterns, rain and temperature. But what is El Niño? How is it related to climate change?