Black History Month: Who Are You Honoring? February 1, 2017

Who are you honoring? February is Black History Month, a time to remember, recognize, and honor African Americans for playing a pivotal role in the hi

Then & Now: Flint’s Water Situation January 12, 2017

Flint Water Crisis WHAT HAPPENED: A year ago, the people of Flint, Michigan discovered that they were using and drinking water that had been contamina

What Drought? January 12, 2017

If you live in California and you think that it’s been raining and pouring and the old man has been snoring, you’re right! And if you think, “Go

Inauguration Day: A New President in the White House January 12, 2017

The power of the President of the United States was peacefully transferred to a new administration under President-elect Donald Trump earlier this mon

Thank You, Mr.President January 12, 2017

Earlier this month, President Barack Obama delivered his final speech as the 44th President of the United States. In his farewell speech, he said good

China Bans Ivory January 11, 2017

There’s a reason why wildlife conservationists are praising China. Earlier this month, China announced that they would shut down their ivory market

Want Free Money? Finland Pays the Needy January 11, 2017

Finland is conducting an experiment on their people. What? Now, before you start picturing a science lab with Frankenstein’s monster on the table, w

More Than a Women’s March January 11, 2017

From civil and women’s rights to anti-war and anti-business, people gather to protest things that just don’t sit right with them. It’s like when

Which Country Is the Best When It Comes to Recycling? December 19, 2016

It may seem like second nature now to throw your plastic bottle into a recycling bin, but it wasn’t long ago (just ask your parents!) when peopl