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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

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

A Lost City Found May 8, 2021

Building a whole new city must be no joke, but that’s precisely what Pharaoh Akhenaten did after abandoning the city of Thebes (modern Luxor), which

This Month In History: May May 7, 2021

May brings a sense of excitement … It’s almost the end of the school year, summer is just around the corner, and you already feel a grade older! M

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

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month April 30, 2021

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, a time to recognize how Asian and Pacific Americans have impacted and contributed to the rich history an

How Do You Say Sorry? April 2, 2021

Discrimination is when a particular group is unjustly treated because of race, sex, or age. Did discrimination based on race happen in the past? Absol

Have You Read These Banned Books? April 2, 2021

Why are we talking about banning books in the first place? Dr. Seuss Enterprises, the company that manages the rights of Dr. Seuss’s books (author T

Video: African Americans In STEM February 22, 2021

This is Mae Jemison. She’s a doctor for Peace Corps who traveled to Liberia. Mae Jemison also applied to become the first Black woman to travel