Source: The Washington Post
Author and professor Severine Autesserre argues that building peace starts with individual communities.
Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on women drivers in June 2018. Read how two large ride-sharing companies responded.
Source: The Detroit News
Inspired by current political protestors, documentary filmmaker Glenn Silber restored and redistributed his 1976 film about Vietnam War protests at the University of Wisconsin.
Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Find out about the range of recent extreme weather events worldwide.
Source: Atlas Obscura
Environmental activitsts protesting the mining of Hambach Forest have clashed with the mining company for years and now face removal.
Source: Chicago Tribune
The Chiago Tribune editorial board argues that the first step to ending violence in Chicago neighborhoods is to start solving more cases.
Source: The Guardian
Activist Masih Alinejad has protested against wearing a hijab since she was a child. Click this link to learn about her online campaign to encourage Iranian women to resist the law that requires them to cover their hair in public.
Source: Slate Magazine
In August 2018, Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro survived an assassination attempt carried out by explosive drones. Some experts believe the incident will allow him to tighten the already powerful grip he has on his country.
Source: Common Sense Media
You probably already know that elections are decisions with long-term consequences. But when you’re too young to vote, how can you work toward what you consider the right choices?
Source: The Marshall Project
Robin Washington draws parallels between modern protests and pre-Revolutionary War civil disobedience. Is de-escalation the answer?