Watch a video on, and read about, the 1965 Selma to Montgomery voting rights marches.
Learn about the brilliant solution Reporters Without Borders found for evading government censorship.
In challenging times, some people step up to help others, even people they don’t know. Read about some of the lighthearted kindnesses being shared.
Shubham Banerjee, a 12-year-old student from California, used his Legos to invent an inexpensive Braille printer. He is now making the plans available for free so others can build their own printers.
Ralph Lazo, a Mexican American, recognized the injustice of Japanese internment during World War II. He voluntarily stood in solidarity with his Japanese friends in their internment camp, leaving a legacy of bravery.
Social media is a great way to keep up with your family and friends. But a new study shows that it is also a way for you to learn about social causes. Read this article to find out more.
What is peace in action? Watch a profile of a young peacemaker as he carries out the work of his “Gotta Have Sole” mission. To gain a fresh perspective of what it can mean to be a peacemaker, see who benefits from this youth’s actions and how.
Whether it’s disaster relief, anti-bullying, or animal adoption, find a cause that matters to you. What will you do to effect positive change?
What if you could have fun learning and help the planet by planting trees at the same time? Plant the Peace created a game to let you do just that. Read about the game and plant a tree or two here.
Greta Thunberg has inspired young people worldwide to take action for a better future. Watch the video to learn more about how she is impacting the world in her fight against climate change.
Young people have the ability to change the world in large and small ways. Read the article to learn how you can change the world too.
Get inspired by this teenager, who applies her ingenuity to solve practical problems in lifesaving ways.
The Civil Rights Act was passed in 1964 because thousands of ordinary people bravely protested for equal rights. This report tells the story of one woman who took a stand in her hometown.
The non-profit Food Forward is dedicating to minimizing food waste and feeding their community. Watch the video to learn how the organization shares abundance.
Read about how students walked out of school to demand a better future for themselves and for future generations.
Empowered to tackle a micro problem on a macro scale, this 12-year-old takes on the Earth’s oceans and the plastic within it.
Photo IDs are a necessity for many vital services. Unfortunately, the system for obtaining an ID can be difficult for those experiencing homelessness. Read the article to learn how a group of entrepreneurs are using technology to help.
Seventh-grader Gitanjali Rao created a lead-in-water detection tool in response to the Flint water crisis. Watch the videos to learn more about her invention.
Learn more about the horrific New York fire that led to stronger regulations protecting worker safety.
Follow the route the Freedom Riders took in this interactive map.