Source: The New York Times
After leading March for Our Lives protests across the country, student activists make plans for continued engagement on issues they care about.
Source: The Atlantic
Look at photos of student walkouts across the country as they protest gun violence.
Source: Young Post
With some decisions, we don’t have the luxury of getting all the facts and considering all the possible consequences. Here’s a split-second decision with a happy ending.
Source: UN News
Leaders of the United Nations point to a recent study that shows how hunger and conflict are linked and say that incresing food security can help bring peace.
Poland may implement a law that will make it illegal to accuse the country of involvement with the Holocaust. Click to learn more about the law and the controversy surrounding it.
Source: CBS News
In another chapter of America’s reckoning with the history of slavery, Baltimore has removed Confederate statues from one of its parks and renamed it after abolionist Harriet Tubman.
Source: Council on Foreign Relations
Get an overview of the injustices faced by the group of people considered by many to be the world’s most persecuted minority.
Answer questions based on realistic scenarios to find out where you rank in the balance between freedom and security. Then, see which historical figures fit and clash with your “freedom type.”
Source: The Borgen Project
See a round-up of some of the most Macbeth-like rulers of the 21st century.
Source: Common Sense Media
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