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Woman offering her heart

SisterHearts: An Organization Using Heart to Assist Formerly Incarcerated Individuals


Moondancing to Beat of the Chickpeas


Aid Groups and Online Movements Support Palestinians in Need!


Telehealth: The Virtual Way to Receive Help


The Ongoing Struggle for Repatriation of Indigenous Artifacts

Image of IndyKids reporter, Nadya Serrano

Meet IndyKids Reporter…10-Year-Old Nadya Serrano!

Plastic bottle on the beach

The Challenges Facing Recycling


Getting Mystical with Dragons, The Year of the Wood Dragon


Someday You Could Be…An Actor and Humanitarian like Shakira Barrera

Esteban Guerra

Meet IndyKids Reporter: 12-Year-Old, Esteban Guerra

Humanity’s eyes are watching. Original art by Aida El-Hajjar

From Nakba to Now, a Palestinian Teen’s Journey of Resilience and Resistance

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Earth’s Final Warning From a NASA Scientist

Photo: Blue Bird, Pexels

The Power of Animal Companionship can Improve Human Health

Sidewalk tent camps in Portland, Ore. Photo: Graywalls, Wikimedia Commons

Exploring the Intersection Between Inflation and Houselessness

Time lapse photography of several burning US dollar banknotes. Credit: JP Valery.

How Living Expenses are Burning Through American Pockets

Photo by Laura Tancredi on Unsplash

Understanding the Landscape of Housing Discrimination and Gentrification in Urban Communities

Photo: Bruce Mars, Unsplash

Screen Time Is Increasing, and So Is Nearsightedness

Snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio). Photo: Georgy Vinogradov, Wikimedia Commons

The Mass Disappearance of Snow Crabs

FDA launched a medical device innovation initiative that included pathway for new, breakthrough medical devices. The agency also announced the first project that will pilot the innovation program. It is a brain-controlled, prosthetic arm funded by the DARPA. Photo courtesy of The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL)

The Evolution of Bionic Hands: Exploring How This Advancement Will Help the Medical Industry

Can’t be colonized. Original art by Aida El-Hajjar

A Behind the Curtain Look at America: Israel’s Forever Friend

23andMe DNA test - Jan. 31, 2021- complete kit. It is a
standard (i.e. “Ancestry + Traits “) international kit. Photo: Veverve. Wikimedia Commons

Security Check: Think Twice Before Submitting your Saliva to 23andMe

Image by Rio Lecatompessy on Unsplash

Fast Fashion Creates Fast Problems

Kevin McCarthy, official portrait, former speaker.

The U.S. Government Faces Shutdown as Political Turmoil Escalates

Unions Stand Together. Original illustration by Emma Vitoria

Starr-Studded in Strikes

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Pedestrian Deaths Are Surging Across the U.S.

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Can We Reach Zero Deforestation by 2030? Not at This Rate!

Illustration by Diana Branzan

ChatGPT: This Isn’t Science Fiction. The AI Generation Is Here. Are Educators Ready?

Image by Thomas Lipke on Unsplash

Getting Wild With… Orcas!

Anna Brinkman

Meet an IndyKids Reporter… Anna Brinkman!

Kim Teehee

Someday You Could Be… a congressional delegate, activist and educator like Kim Teehee.


Interview with Joe of Larry & Joe on the role of social justice activism in their music


The Sound of a Movement: Music as a Tool for Change

WASHINGTON, US - SEPTEMBER 26: American University professor Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, stands for a portrait at the School of International Service following a panel discussion on his new book  How to Be an Antiracist in Washington, DC. Kendis discussion spoke on strategies to identify and overcome racism on September 26, 2019 in Washington, DC. (Michael A. McCoy/For The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Ibram X. Kendi Interview

Original illustration by Aida El-Hajjar, age 11

Our Schools Are Becoming Segregated Again, And It’s Bad News for Everyone

Martin Luther King Jr. addresses a crowd from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where he delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech during the Aug. 28, 1963, march on Washington, D.C. Image, Wikimedia Commons

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Made His Famous “I Have a Dream” Speech 60 Years Ago, But Why Are We Still So Far from Achieving It?

The 40th anniversary of the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington celebration rally on the day after the unveiling of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. I
HAVE A DREAM commemorative plaque at the Lincoln Memorial in August 2003. Image by Elvert Barnes Protest Photography on Flickr

Supreme Court Strikes Down Affirmative Action in Colleges, Effectively Ending Race-Conscious Admissions

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Transforming a Toxic Wasteland into a Climate-Saving Tool

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New Study Reveals That Even “Safe” Levels of Pollution Are Harming Our Brains

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Zero Waste Act Brings Compulsory Composting to NYC

The poles are the imaginary line of the Earth’s axis which passes through the center of the planet’s crust.
Image, Wikimedia Commons

Humans Are Literally Moving Earth on Its Axis