Students across the country are making their voices heard: they want more diversity and thoughtful planning around anti-racism in their schools.
Watch the video to learn more about how dogs are used in a prison training program as a way to rehabilitate inmates.
Think ninjas are just made-up characters who only live in stories? Think again! Genichi Mitsuhashi is the first students to graduate from a Japanese university with a master’s degree in ninja studies.
Did you know you can tap into the webcams at The Smithsonian National Zoo? See how animals—large and small—typically spend their days.
The recent explosion in Beirut is just another disaster the Lebanese people are having to deal with this year. Watch the videos to learn more.
Several students share their concerns after returning to school during the pandemic. Scroll and choose 2 or 3 stories to read.
The pandemic has forced us to view our everyday lives in a new light, including our access to an internet connection. With virtual learning becoming a necessity rather than a luxury, should internet access be a basic human right?
Watch: The Salem Witch Trials emanated from falsities, but the destruction they caused were all too real.
Watch: What if we could harness the power generated by waves to restore eroding shorelines? Designer Skylar Tibbits and his team are testing the theory.
Listen: Metaphors used to describe the pandemic are so powerful, they can increase our fear and frustration.
Washington’s NFL team retires “Redskins” name after decades of criticisms in the wake of recent racial injustices.
Animator Steven Hunter is proud to be a part of Pixar’s first film containing an LGBTQ protagonist.
Two 6th graders from Florida won their school $100,000 by developing a piece of technology that will help prevent flash floods.
House cats, rats, and pigs—oh my! These creatures are way smarter than you think.
Recently deceased, Congressman John Lewis was a true American hero. We remember his sacrifices and accomplishments as a civil rights activist.
Coco Gauff—the youngest player ranked in the top 100 by the Women’s Tennis Association—says we are all responsible for the fight against racism.
Students protesting the Vietnam War at Kent State in 1970 were met with violence from the National Guard. Parallels can be made between what happened then and what is happening around the U.S. now. Who ultimately has the power in these situations—and should they?
Mississippi officials have finally agreed to retire their state flag containing racist symbolism.
Four teen surfers rescue two swimmers fearing for their lives.
Journalist Ida B. Wells was as civil rights activist during the late 1800’s. Her tireless struggle for justice helped spark the movement for equal rights.