‘Ohana and ‘Āina: Connecting Family, Farming, and Freedom
Join 16-year-old high school student Jade Onaka in this animated video as she explores her family’s history to learn about the farming practices and Indigenous food systems that sustained Hawaiians for generations.
Summer Programs Are Helping Students Turn the Page on COVID-19
Summer learning programs are helping students through social-emotional learning, work-based learning, academic supports, and other enrichment opportunities.
Making Space for Youth Activism
Schools can be safe environments for students to explore ways to improve the world and the communities they live in.
A Family Finds Freedom Through Lakota Language
Winona Little Owl narrates her family’s story of learning their Native language, Lakota, and how the journey helped them reclaim their freedom.
What’s It Like to Graduate and Start College During a Pandemic?
As the school year ends, three Colorado students reflect on a year of extra hurdles, frequent quarantines, and navigating transitions in challenging circumstances.
When Teachers Struggled to Address Racism, These Students Showed Them How
Students at a Chicago school hold a teach-in for faculty on being antiracist, sparking change at the school and leading to the birth of a new nonprofit dedicated to centering student voices.
Erasure and Stereotypes in School Lessons Left Me Searching for Myself
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have never been represented in the curricula of American schools. It's time I saw myself in the books we're assigned for class.
For Students Like Me, the Arts Aren’t an 'Extra.’ They’re a Lifeline
Schools should aim to produce well-rounded students. They can’t do that if they don’t allocate resources and support for the arts.
Youth-Led Activism is Key to Building a Better World
Youth activists have been at the center of social movements throughout history. Now, they are leading the fight for equity and racial justice in the middle of a pandemic.