Scientists Move Forest to Try to Save Monarch Butterflies

Scientists Move Forest to Try to Save Monarch Butterflies

By Miette Windsor 8 years old Every year, monarch butterflies migrate from northeastern United States and Canada to hibernate in the oyamel fir trees in the mountains of Central Mexico. Over the past 20 years the number of monarch butterflies hibernating in Mexico has...

Taking a Stand Against Homophobia

By PERRY TRAN, age 14 Photo by Manuel Rodriguez In September, a 12-year-old boy in Celaya, Mexico, stopped an anti-gay protest in its tracks by walking into the middle of the street and standing in front of the 11,000 protesters it attracted. “I have an uncle that is...

“Caravana 43” Demands Justice for Ayotzinapa Students

By SOLEDAD AGUILAR-COLON, age 13 PHOTO: Kathryn Schlechter Parents, friends and classmates of the 43 students who went missing in Iguala, Mexico, in September 2014 traveled around the United States in April to bring attention to the disappearances. The caravan demands...