Argentina Officially Recognizes Non-Binary People 

Argentina Officially Recognizes Non-Binary People 

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash By Josey Law, age 10 and IndyKids Staff Argentina has become the first Latin American country to officially recognize non-binary people. The country is now allowing people to put an “X” on national identity documents if they do...

Keeping Native Languages Alive

By RIDA ALI, age 12 Nahulu Carvalho, 12, looks through a handmade Hawaiian language vocabulary book from her kindergarten class. Nahulu attended a Hawaiian immersion charter school until fifth grade. Photo by Alexandria Neason Native communities are fighting to keep...

The Power of Language

Introduction by KATIE SCHLECHTER, IndyKids MURAL: 67Sueños is a migrant youth-run organization in the San Francisco Bay Area. Together with their community, they completed a 100 by 30 foot mural to tell the stories of migrant youth in the United States. The mural...

My Hijab

Siham sports her hijab Siham is an 8th grader in the Bronx, New York City. She speaks and writes in English and Arabic. If your first language is something other than English, practice it and don’t forget it. You’ll be glad you did! Hi! My name is Siham Hussin. I am...

Meet… Eric from Congo

Name: Eric Kazamdikwebwe Age: 11 Languages spoken: Tshiluba, Swahili and French Parents: François Kalala and Antou Toumba Siblings: Eric has three brothers and one sister Religion: Christian Favorite subjects in school: Computers and history Favorite foods: Rice and...