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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


Meet an IndyKids Reporter… 9-Year-Old Nikhil Sabnis!


Personal Report: The Devastating Consequences of a World Without Animals


Youth Climate Strikers Continue to Push for Change


Frankentree: The 40 Fruit Tree We Didn’t Know We Needed


Getting Wild With… Orangutans!


Will Congress Finally Pass Biden’s Billionaire Tax?


Zoning Amnesty Laws Prove Deadly in Turkey Earthquake Aftermath


U.N. Reaches Agreement to Protect the High SeasBy


FDA: Testing on Animals No Longer Mandatory


Will TikTok’s New Safety Measures for Kids Actually Keep Them Safe?


This 11-Year-Old Girl Has a Higher IQ Than Albert Einstein!


Remembering the Mother of the Disability Rights Movement


Interview with Native American Scholar, Charlie Amáyá Scott


Does Colonialism Still Impact Communities Today?


Now, More Than Ever, Trans Kids Need Our Support

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School’s Out for Summer: But for Many Migrant Kids, the Hard Work Is Just Beginning


Good Climate News: The Ozone Layer Is Healing! 

(Brasília - DF, 24/04/2019) Pronunciamento do Presidente da República, Jair Bolsonaro.
Foto: Isac Nóbrega/PR

Angry Bolsonaro Supporters Storm Brazil’s Congress


Bees Like to Play Just Like Kids!


Black Teen Becomes Mayor and Makes History


Puerto Rican Lizards Morph to Survive City Life 


Turns Out You’re Not Smarter Than a 10-Year-Old


The Toxic Metals Hiding in Our Chocolate


Can Kids Get Long COVID, Too?


The Passing of the 13th Amendment Led to the First Incarceration Boom in America – Are People Still Profiting from Forced Labor?


Strikers Continue to Fight for Their Rights!

Educators from Minneapolis Schools march through downtown Minneapolis on day 3 of their strike.

Unions: Support Up 📈 Memberships Down 📉

U.S. National Guard troops block off Beale Street as Civil Rights marchers wearing placards reading, "I AM A MAN" pass by on March 29, 1968. It was the third consecutive march held by the group in as many days. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., who had left town after the first march, would soon return and be assassinated.

Strikes Are on the Rise!


Workers’ Rights Violations Are on the Rise – But What Exactly Are They?