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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

National Library Week! April 2, 2021

April 4th through April 10th is National Library Week in the United States, but here at Xyza, we think libraries should be celebrated all year long! W

Teens Help The Elderly Get COVID-19 Vaccines March 26, 2021

Young people are showing the world just what they’re made of! Junior Reporter Josh C. shares how kids might not be old enough to get the COVID-1

Women’s History Month: Inspirational Quotes March 13, 2021

Did you know that Women’s History Month started out as Women’s History Week? It’s true! In 1982, US President Ronald Reagan issued P

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

Different Sign Languages In The US? March 12, 2021

You bet! Did you know that Black American Sign Language (or Black ASL) is a variation or dialect of the American Sign Language? If spoken language can

Endangered Species No More? March 5, 2021

Did you know that in 1996, scientists cloned a sheep called Dolly? The cells from adult sheep cells were used to create an embryo that was then born a

Video: Ten People You May Not Know February 12, 2021

February is Black History Month in the United States. The idea behind this month, which began in 1911 when slavery was abolished, was to highlight acc

Black History Month: Young Black Female Leaders February 5, 2021

February is Black History Month, a time to remember, recognize, honor, and reflect on the achievements of African Americans. We’re talking about his