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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

What’s Happening In Georgia? April 15, 2021

Georgia’s making headline news once again. Why? We’re breaking it down below! Background During the 2020 US presidential election, Georgia

What If We Started At The Same Point? April 2, 2021

If someone gives you one hundred dollars, maybe you know exactly what you’d spend it on. But if you don’t have basic necessities, that one hundred

There’s A New President In Town March 26, 2021

Ever wonder what happens if a president suddenly passes away? The rules and policies are different for each country, but in Tanzania, the vice preside

Is Barbados Breaking Up With The Queen? March 19, 2021

OK, so Great Britain colonized many parts of the world in the past. But while most countries have fought and won their freedom, some countries still r

What’s Happening In Washington, DC? March 12, 2021

Oftentimes, news about what’s happening in the government may be confusing. From words like stimulus package and bills, it’s easy to get l