In black and Latino communities throughout the United States, many young people feel harassed by and unsafe around the people who are supposed to be there to protect and serve them: the police.
Month: November 2014
Kid journalists in India are giving voice to their communities by reporting on local issues in their very own newspaper, Balaknama.
Since 2012, California has been suffering a major drought that has had a big impact its residents. Many have lost access to water and the area’s wildfire season has been more intense as a result.
Scientists agree that the use of fossil fuels contributes to global warming which is changing planet’s climate. Activists are using a variety of methods to bring awareness to these changes and demand that governments act.
Virtually every day in the summer, kids as young as seven work on tobacco farms from sun up to sun set in the United States.
With the hashtag campaign #IAmMoreThanADistraction, girls across the United States are fighting to wear comfortable clothes to school without being labeled a “distraction.”
Learn a little bit about one of our Kid Reporters: Samuel Martinez, age 12, has been writing for IndyKids since January 2013.
Read the November/December 2014 issue of IndyKids to solve the clues and complete the crossword puzzle.
Read an original poem by IndyKids reporter, Eleanor Hedges Duroy.
Can you name this Brazilian environmental and labor rights activist?