According to The End To Cyberbullying Organization, “Bullying has been replaced by a 24 hour per day, seven days a week online monster…children, teenagers and even adults that interact via social networking, all have fallen prey to cyberbullying.”
Month: July 2014
The Alexander Archipelago Wolf is becoming endangered because of logging in the Tongass National Forest in southeastern Alaska.
A new report produced by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is warning of possible consequences of global warming, a form of climate change.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture states that 45 percent of food stamp benefits go to children under the age of 18. In February, President Barack Obama signed a bill into law that would cut almost $9 million from the food stamp program.
In March, 2014, 130 people out of 1,300 immigration detainees at the U.S. Deportations and Detention Center, a Washington State Immigration Facility went on a hunger strike to protest immigration laws and their living conditions.
On April 8, 2014, Edward Snowden said that the National Security Agency (NSA) is spying on the leaders and staff of Human Rights Organizations.
A concussion is an injury caused by blow to the head or body. Charles Youvella, a Hopi High School football player from Arizona, died from a concussion from that he got during a high school football game.
Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” initiative aims to help kids be healthier. This program encourages kids to exercise, eat right, make dinner, drink plenty of water and break up TV time with jumping jacks.
On Earth Day, April 22, 2014, thousands of people in 39 countries signed up to participate in A Day Without Waste Movement to stop millions of “waste items” from entering landfills.
In 2009, judges Michael Conahan and Mark Ciavarella pled guilty to sending children ages 10 to 18 to juvenile detention centers in exchange for kickbacks from these privately run facilities.