Taliban Still Won’t Allow Girls Back in School

Taliban Still Won’t Allow Girls Back in School

Image by Pixabay on Pexels By Zahra Latheef, age 11 Teenage girls and women in some parts of Afghanistan still aren’t allowed to go to schools and colleges. Since the Taliban overthrew the Western-backed government on Aug. 15, 2021, only boys, men and younger girls...
Meet IndyKid Reporter… Nicolle Berroa

Meet IndyKid Reporter… Nicolle Berroa

By Hudson Mu, age 14 Meet Nicolle Berroa, a 13 year old eighth grader from South Florida. Nicolle has been writing for the newspaper for a while now after being introduced to the program by her aunt who works with IndyKids. She wrote her first cover story for this...

Reporting in Danger

By CARA CHANG, age 12 Janna Jihad Ayyad, 10, reports on issues in the West Bank using videos she posts on social media. Photo courtesy Janna Jihad Facebook page Janna Jihad Ayyad is a ten-year-old reporter who lives in the West Bank in the occupied Palestinian...

Meet Roan from the Netherlands!

By KAILA DUNN, age 12 Name: Roan Vanja Molenkamp Age: 11 Lives in: The Hague, Netherlands Languages Spoken: Dutch (and a little bit of French and English at school) Favorite Food: Hamburgers Hobbies: Going outside and playing sports (football or soccer) or going on...

Meet IndyKids Teen Reporter Yuuki Real

By SOPHIA ROTHMAN, age 12 Sophia Rothman: What inspired you to write for IndyKids? Yuuki Real: My mom found out about IndyKids online and recommended I write for it, saying it would be a great opportunity to improve my writing. So I did. Over time, I developed an...