February is African-American History Month, and the Washington Post reminds us that many black lives are lost to drowning in the US.
Student poetry from a school in St. Louis expresses what it means to kids to be American and continues the tradition of Langston Hughes.
Police are investigating possible hate crimes in the most recent week across America, mostly involving President Trump’s name and swastikas.
Protests in hundreds of cities around the world sounded a universal call for women’s rights and the need to keep protecting equality for all individuals.
Some Chicago high school students suggest ways police might better serve and protect citizens in our diverse communities.
A petition distributed by students at a Md. H.S. promoted white supremacy and featured racially charged language about African-Americans.
The beating of a white, mentally disabled teen by 4 young black adults, broadcast on Facebook Live, has stirred outrage and concern.
The Md. governor visited a Jewish middle school just outside Washington, telling kids to persevere in their goals, despite hate crimes and other obstacles.
A text-message exchange between friends at a private high school in Chicago has led to the expulsion of 2 girls for making racist remarks.
A school district in Virginia might ban 2 books that have been banned by school districts across America many times before. They contain racial slurs.