Sankofa, mythical bird of West Africa’s Akan people goes back to pick up what’s important, but keeps flying forward. What a time it is, with so many students saying, “We […]
Democracy is more than one election, and students are finding many other ways to participate in the decisions affecting their lives. I met so many this October who are standing […]
It was a great week in Ohio, with no shortage of controversy! First stop: Sept. 20: Law & Leadership Institute at Moritz Law School in Columbus, live-streamed to Akron, Cincinnati […]
Kids have great ideas, but without the First Amendment, we’ d never hear them. Chloe Olson-Rubiano had an idea… but her school thought it was too controversial. Free speech […]
Yesterday, at the Dirkson Senate Office Building, I met a group of middle students from Cesar Chavez middle school wearing “Statehood” buttons. When I asked them why, 12 […]
What a summer! From Ferguson to the border, from Congress testimony to White House vigils, kids took a stand. I met Rhaine when she spoke outside the White House on […]
More photos from the night here….