Read about how an unlikely discovery and fate worked together to shed light on a Jewish family’s experiences during the Holocaust.
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‘Queen of Salsa’ has her own US quarter
Celia Cruz, a Cuban American Salsa legend, continues to make her mark on American History.
Female Naval aviators flying high to make history at the Super Bowl
Watch this video clip to learn more about these amazing female pilots and the enduring legacy of women in aviation.
The balance of power is shifting in the tech industry
Learn about drastic changes happening in tech companies and how it will impact hiring and day-to-day work.
Liberty Bell tolls to announce Declaration of Independence
We’ve all heard of the liberty bell, but check out this article to learn more about the history and significance behind this extraordinary historical artifact.
From Biggie to Kendrick: super-producer Pete Rock on hip-hop’s golden ages
Learn about all about music producer Pete Rock’s incredible career and influence in the music industry.
Pigcasso: Pot-Bellied Pig Produces Award-Winning Art In Mokelumne Hill
Pigs are known for being highly intelligent animals, but this pig is known for her creativity, too.
U.S. broadens immigration program for Haitian migrants, citing humanitarian crisis
Due to severe political and economic instability in Haiti, the Department of Homeland Security will allow thousands of Haitian immigrants to remain in the US for longer periods of time.
Aberystwyth: Holocaust refugee meets woman who fled Syrian war
Read about how the experiences of a Holocaust refugee and a Syrian Civil War refugee are bridged by a university exhibit in Wales.
Heroic Georgia dog fights off coyote pack preying on flock of sheep
Everyone knows that dog is man’s best friend, but Casper is a friend and hero to sheep as well.
Ukraine refugees: UK set to admit lone teenagers after rule change
Meet Valya, a 17-year-old Ukrainian refugee who, after months of uncertainty, has finally been admitted into the UK.
The guitarist who saved hundreds of people on a sinking cruise liner
Heroes can often come in unexpected forms. Read about how this musician’s act of courage prevented an accident from becoming a tragedy.
Andrée Geulen, rescuer of Jewish children in Belgium, dies at 100
Read about how a teacher’s extraordinary love and courage left behind a legacy that continues to inspire and touch new generations.
New Zealand’s Sea Lions Have Returned: Crashing Soccer Games, Golf Courses, and Public Pools
Read about how these endangered sea lions are repopulating New Zealand in a big way.
Will The 2020s Be Like The Roaring 20s?
Is history repeating itself? Read about the uncanny similarities and drastic differences between the Roaring Twenties and now.
Malorie Blackman’s ‘dynamic imaginary worlds’ win her the PEN Pinter prize
Learn about this incredible author’s commitment to representation and justice through storytelling.
The Declaration of Independence Was Also a List of Grievances
Learn about how the grievances of King George III were used to justify the American Revolution and win French support throughout the war.
South East Asia’s extraordinary freedivers
For the Bajau, diving is a cornerstone of culture and a way of life. Sadly, this way of life could be threatened by ocean pollution.
A Holocaust Remembrance Day event was canceled due to low registration. So hundreds showed up on Zoom to hear survivor’s story
The inspiring legacy of Holocaust survivor Arnold Frinland is shared to a worldwide audience via social media.
Japan has always been refugee-averse. Then Ukraine happened.
Japan is taking huge strides to aid Ukrainian refugees, which could lead to policy changes in the future.