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Who Should Play On Girls’ Sports Teams? June 4, 2021

With one signature, the governor of Florida brought a new law into effect that barred transgender females (or those assigned male at birth who later t

George Floyd: A Year Later May 28, 2021

It’s been a year since George Floyd died at the hands of a police officer, but no one will soon forget what happened to him and how his death be

Fighting “The Virus Of Hate” May 28, 2021

While the world has been fighting COVID-19, US Representative Grace Meng and US Senator Mazie Hirono have been fighting in Congress for a bill to inve

Accomplished? You’re Welcome! May 22, 2021

If you’ve ever won a trophy at a soccer tournament, or a ribbon at a spelling bee, or an award for an art competition, it’s a recognition of s

The US Mint Needs Your Help! May 17, 2021

Did you know that former US President George Washington’s head wasn’t always featured on the US quarter? It’s true! It wasn’t

Youth Take Climate Fight To The Courts May 8, 2021

In 2015, twenty-one young people filed a lawsuit against the United States due to climate change. These young people were supported by civil rights ac

Why Statehood? May 6, 2021

Something’s happening in Washington, DC and it has very little to do with the White House—at least for now. It’s a battle between two groups of

What Did The US Census Tell Us? April 30, 2021

Some days come around once a month, others once a year, and yet some come around once a decade. Once a decade? That’s right! The twenty-fourth U

Laws That Protect The Environment April 15, 2021

Change takes time. If it took humankind decades to realize that pollution is bad, it’ll certainly take time to bring around the change needed to sol