In 1983, Native American activist Janine Windy Boy sued the government to protect the voting rights of the Crow and Northern Cheyenne people in Montana. Read the intriguing story of this effort to fight voter suppression.
What does Shakespeare have to do with the coronavirus pandemic? Read this article to find out.
Check out this link to try out some cool interactive perception tests that demonstrate how our sense of time can be distorted.
Just like the California Gold Rush spurred people to flock to California in search of a fortune, Sailesh Ramakrishnan predicts that companies and investors will make a mad dash to the space sector.
Find out how Rafał Biros got involved in the hunt for comets and became the youngest known finder of one.
Skim through these questions and answers about the new COVID vaccine.
Read about what these students have achieved through their continued activism.
In some cultures, the passage from childhood to adulthood is marked by much more than just another birthday celebration. This short video takes us on a journey with 13-year-old Dachina Cochise as she participates in a traditional Apache ceremony that is meant to symbolize her transition into adulthood.
Parents try to teach children to clean up after themselves. Now some schools are assigning sweeping, mopping, trash removal, and other cleaning work to students.
Food safety regulations that were enacted after journalists raised the alarm over a century ago are becoming increasingly unlikely to protect today’s workers and consumers.
The author of this opinion piece wants to remind those who call for an end to Black Lives Matter protests that the right to protest is crucial to the health of American democracy.
Ricardo Pimentel opened his home to about 300 dogs who, otherwise, may not have survived Hurricane Delta last month.
Leaving for the International Space Station won’t stop NASA astronaut Kate Rubins from doing her civic duty. Read about how elections work in space.
Sesame Street is teaching children to stand up against racism in some of their newest episodes.
Horror movies may have prepared some people for the pandemic in a variety of ways. Read the article to learn more about the possible benefits of horror movies.
Bernard Marr, a futurist, offers his opinion on changes he expects to see in a post-COVID-19 world. Read the article to see if you agree with his insights.
The U.S. Postal Service was established by the Constitution to provide links vital to democracy. Find out the facts that dispel some prevalent myths.
Click on this link to read about an Egyptian political activist’s experience becoming an American citizen and his ongoing fight for democratic ideals.
This article suggests that the shutdown of theaters due to the coronavirus could give dramatists the time and inspiration to write new plays.
Panic buying? Hoarding toilet paper? This article explores the different ways people have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.