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Through the tireless efforts of volunteers and animal rescue organizations, Ukraine’s animals are given a second chance at survival.
Check out this article for a close look at the incredible life and photographs of world-renown photographer, David Yarrow.
Former field hospital beds are being repurposed for Ukrainian refugees in Wales, an effort that allows more families to stay together. Read about the impact this immigration has had on the Welsh population and child bed poverty.
Learn about the devastating loss of Borys Romanchenko: Holocaust survivor, grandfather, and dedicated member of the community.
Learn about the inspiring life and legacy of this gifted, compassionate photographer.
Read about how new legislation impacts Ukrainian immigrants living in the US.
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Meet Jessie Diggins, the American skier that made history at the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Find out how Black women are the fastest growing group of business owners amidst a global pandemic.
This New York bookstore fills its shelves with immigrant voices.
Environmental activism is hugely important, but so is mental health. Learn how a courageous new wave of activists reconcile the two.
These Afghan women show strength and resolve as they withstand the frightening realities of Taliban occupation.
Learn why middle school and high school students in LA embrace marathon running.
CNN Hero of the Year, Shirley Raines, changes the lives of homeless people living in Skid Row one haircut at a time.
In honor of Black History Month, read about these six historical figures.
Whether it’s picking out a box of cereal from the grocery aisle or deciding which sources to get our information from, we make all kinds of choices every day. This article suggests that having all these choices may ultimately have a negative impact on society.
Read about the women who edited and retold Shakespeare throughout the centuries as well as their impact on Shakespearean scholars today.