The movie, which is centered on the first African-American child to be enrolled in previously segregated William Frantz Elementary School, was contested on the basis that it taught children racism.
Will Kim Ju Ae be the Next Leader of North Korea?
Kim Jong Un’s daughter Kim Ju Ae has entered the spotlight recently as she appears in more and more state media. Will she be the next leader of North Korea?
6 Ongoing Conflicts That Aren’t Widely Covered by the Media
There are also other conflicts occurring all over the world and on every continent. Here are six lesser known ongoing conflicts you should know about.
Decade by Decade: Black Women Musicians, Activists Alike
For years black women have been fighting against racism and sexism. These women are also musicians, using their lyrics to influence change.
The Chinese Surveillance Balloon: A Brief Summary and Timeline
People in Montana probably figured February 1st, 2023 would be a day like any other. Little did they know that they would spot a little white disc in the sky that would eventually be blown up by an F-22 Raptor over the Atlantic ocean.
Anti-abortion Lawmakers: Who, What, and Why?
After Roe v. Wade was overturned, many states began to push and in some cases, pass anti-abortion legislation. Who are these lawmakers and what do they believe in?
2022 Wrapped: A Look Back on the Year’s Major News Highlights
Musk buys Twitter, FTX files for bankruptcy, Russia invades Ukraine, and people protest dictatorships. Let’s take a walk back through the biggest news highlights of 2022.
How Christian Is the Anti-Abortion Stance?
Pro-Lifers cite Christianity to explain anti-abortion activism leading up to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. But is that really a Christian stance?
The Panic of 1819: A Missed Opportunity to Address Climate Change, Human Rights, and Better Market Regulation
In this article: The Panic of 1819 was an economic depression that laid bare the human, environmental, and economic consequences of building an economy on slavery and unrestrained exploitation of natural resources. Slavery and a lack of minimum wage laws for wage laborers made for an economy with weak circulation as so few of its […]
How Bail Works and Why Some Are Calling for a System Overhaul
The U.S. is one of two countries to have a for-profit cash bail system. Here’s how bail works and how we could be doing it better.
7 Red Flags of Student Loan Forgiveness Scams to Watch Out for (And How to Actually Get Debt Relief)
Biden’s widespread debt relief has brought scammers out of the woodwork. Watch out for these red flags of student loan forgiveness scams.
Why Student Loan Forgiveness, Not Prolonging the Payment Freeze Is Needed To Prevent an NPL Crisis
7.5 million student loans are already considered nonperforming loans (NPLs). If Biden doesn’t cancel student debt, millions more could join them in September, creating a crisis of defaults.
Fact-Checking 9 Conservative Black Lives Matter Counterarguments
BLM is criticized by conservatives as a terrorist, Marxist, America-hating movement. Here are 9 conservative Black Lives Matter counterarguments and why they’re wrong.
Remembering Shinzo Abe’s Legacy: Free and Open Indo-Pacific, Womenomics, and Right-Wing Nationalism
Shinzo Abe left behind a legacy of stronger ties to India, a push for more women in the workforce, and direct connections to an ultranationalist group.
Dissecting Gen Z’s ‘Birds Aren’t Real’ Conspiracy Theory
The Birds Aren’t Real movement has gained serious traction. But do they really think that all birds are government spies?
There’s No One as Irish as Barack Obama
Did you know that Barack Obama has Irish heritage? Did you know that there’s an entire song about it called “There’s No One as Irish as Barack Obama”?