Op-Ed: Why We Rise

Op-Ed: Why We Rise

by Adedayo Perkovich age 16 “It comes as a great shock to discover that the country, which is your birth place, and to which you owe your life and your identity has not in its whole system of reality involved any place for you.” — James Baldwin This year, my...

Letters to the Editor (May/June 2013)

These are comments that readers have left on articles at IndyKids.org. You can leave your own comments on any of the articles on our site. In response to “Kids Take Part in Egypt’s Revolution” by Amanda Vender, I think that it is very important that...

Letters to the Editor (March/April 2013)

Students from Keedra Gibba’s English class at Fieldston Middle School in New York City wrote to IndyKids to share their thoughts on the article ‘Domestic Workers Fight for Their Rights’ from the November 2012 issue of IndyKids. Here are a few of...

Letters to the Editor (January/February 2013)

These are comments that readers have left on articles at indykids.org. You can leave your own comments on any of the articles on our site. As a 14-year-old young person of color, Mokgwetsi Chapman, in his article “The School-to-Prison Pipeline,” has shared an amazing...

Letters to the Editor (November/December, 2012)

These are comments that people left on articles here at indykids.org. You can leave your own comments on any of the articles on our site. The article “Fresh Food or Fast Food” was interesting, because we did an experiment [in school] about healthy food in our...

Letters to the Editor (September/October 2012)

Fourth grade students at Public School 152 in Queens, New York wrote letters in response to “Trees for Oil: Pipeline Grows from Canada to U.S.” (May 2012 issue). Dear IndyKids, You can make jobs with wind power. There is no need to take down millions of...