Nearly two million individuals have been deported under President Obama’s administration, setting the record for deportations under any U.S. president. Often this separates families, even taking immigrant parents away from their children who were born in the United States.
IndyKids asked kids from PS 128 in Washington Heights in Manhattan, “Do you think that the minimum wage should be increased?”
IndyKids asks kids in Queens what they would do to decrease pollution and stop climate change if they were president.
Kids share their opinions on “e-waste” and the life cycle of new technology like our cell phones.
Kids respond to the December 14 shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
IndyKids asked these kids in Queens, New York, how they feel about the United States government’s decision to go to war in Afghanistan and Iraq after the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Most of the flowers sold on Valentine’s Day come from countries in Latin America where workers aren’t paid well and are exposed to harmful chemicals. Kids share their opinion on buying cut flowers for people they love.
Kids from Brooklyn, NY share their thoughts on the U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan