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A Moonikin Sets Off For The Moon July 16, 2021

If you were in charge of sending astronauts to the moon, what would you do to make sure that their mission went off without a hitch? If you’re a

The Biggest Fire In American History July 16, 2021

If it’s summertime, that means you’re probably seeing Smokey Bear talk about fire safety. The west coast of California in particular is dealing wi

This Month In History: July July 16, 2021

July 6th, 1885: The First Rabies Vaccine Was Administered In A Human Talk about nerves of steel! In 1885, a mom brought her nine-year-old son, Joseph

Harris Is The First June 25, 2021

During Pride Month, cities across the United States celebrate the LGBTQ community by hosting events and parties. One of Pride Month’s signature

There’s More Than One Statue Of Liberty? June 25, 2021

Shocking, right? The Statue of Liberty was created by Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi and stands proudly on Liberty Island off the coast of New York City

It’s Official: Juneteenth Is A National Holiday June 19, 2021

On June 17th, 2021, US President Joe Biden signed a bill declaring June 19th as Juneteenth National Independence Day, a federal holiday to commemorate

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