What is peace? Kid Reporter Sadie Price-Elliott explores what it means to advocate for peace at the Shinnyo Center’s Lantern Floating for Peace ceremony in New York City.
Eleven-year-old Itzcuauhtli Roske-Martinez undertook a 45-day vow of silence to demand action towards climate change at the end of October, 2014.
Genetic engineering is a process where the DNA in foods is altered. While it has many benefits, the potential drawbacks have scared some consumers.
That’s Not Fair! is the true story of Emma Tenayuca, a Mexican-American child who began to struggle against things she saw as unfair.
Nine-year-old Amelia Loeffler writes about how her summer lemonade stand benefited homeless kids in her neighborhood.
12-year-old Zach Bonner walks across the United States to raise awareness about homeless kids.
Kids in Queens, New York, tell IndyKids what causes they are passionate about.
Tells the story of children who stood up for their rights against powerful company owners
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A debate is a discussion of different viewpoints on a particular subject. To have a debate at your school you might: