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.
At age 13, Mary Beth Tinker wore a black armband to school and ended up in court over her freedom of speech. Now, 48 years later, Tinker is traveling the country to talk to students about their first amendment rights.
Read about three African women who are contributing to space exploration programs on their home continent: a space engineer, a physicist and explorer, and a space law adviser.
Young people in the Neighborhood Service Organization’s Youth Initiatives Project are making their voices heard. Find out how their student team work is supporting their teachers.
Myles Eckert paid it forward with a $20 bill. His act of kindness led to many people wanting to repay him. Donations topped more than a quarter of a million dollars and led to the foundation of a charity for children who have lost parents to war.
This article describes recent worldwide protests against the Iranian government’s oppression of women and girls.
Click this link to learn more about a recent study that suggests Americans have become more willing to cooperate with strangers over the past several decades.
Meet Wahida Amiri, a librarian and book-lover forced to flee her homeland after she spoke out against the Taliban and demanded equal rights for Afghan women.
Japan is taking huge strides to aid Ukrainian refugees, which could lead to policy changes in the future.
Review this collection of TED talks on social change; covering topics like justice, freedom, and the collective good.
As China’s space program heats up, they aim to launch 60 missions in 2022 alone, breaking the world record of 55 missions set just last year.
Click here to find out more about the Brennan Center for Justice and its efforts to defend systems of democracy in the United States by reporting on ongoing legislative efforts to restrict voting rights.
Watch this short interview with NASA Administrator Bill Nelson about the Artemis program and NASA’s plans to return humans to the moon in 2025.
The author of this opinion piece reminds his readers that throughout our nation’s history, the struggle for equity and equality has always faced resistance. He urges activists to be strong and resilient as they work to ensure voting rights for all Americans.
In recent months, there’s been an increase in violence against Asian Americans. One way you can help is by speaking out against violence and racism. Click this link to find out other ways to help.
Learn about the devastating loss of Borys Romanchenko: Holocaust survivor, grandfather, and dedicated member of the community.
In an act of anti-war protest, Nestle removes candy products from Russian shelves.
Read about how new legislation impacts Ukrainian immigrants living in the US.
In this article, two authors explain how polarization in American society can be a major roadblock to productive, civil discussions about difficult issues.
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