Source: National Geographic
Learn about why the people of today are still fighting for the Juneteenth holiday and how it connects to the Civil Rights movement of our past.
Standing up for justice isn’t just good for equality; it’s also good for business.
Source: USA Today
Could the coronavirus crisis compel a divided America to become more unified? According to this article, we’re living in “a national defining moment.”
This article presents the findings of recent research that suggests the news can make us see the world in a negative light, which has a harmful impact on our mental and physical health.
Source: Penguin Random House UK
How can you tell the works of Shakespeare are timeless? They have a way of showing up in the popular culture of every era, sometimes in surprising ways.
Source: The Atlantic
COVID-19 has stripped us of some of our basic freedoms, forcing us to stay in our homes, wear masks, and observe social distancing guidelines. Now some people are worried about how government policies crafted in response to the crisis could restrict civil liberties.
Source: The Washington Post
Students across the country are making their voices heard:
they want more diversity and thoughtful planning around anti-racism in their
Source: The Japan Times
Think ninjas are just made-up characters who only live in stories? Think again! Genichi Mitsuhashi is the first students to graduate from a Japanese university with a master’s degree in ninja studies.
The recent explosion in Beirut is just another disaster the Lebanese people are having to deal with this year. Watch the videos to learn more.
Source: The New York Times
Several students share their concerns after returning to school during the pandemic. Scroll and choose 2 or 3 stories to read.