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School Year In A Nutshell

Proms postponed. Parties and get-togethers canceled. Cherished traditions skipped. Sports tournaments and competitions canceled. Long-promised milestones, often including trips and celebrations, are erased. Graduation ceremonies altered and postponed. Some have anxieties about certain colleges or perhaps even rescinding admissions due to incomplete transcripts. It has been a year of missed opportunities and activities for all.

JUN. 7, 2021

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New Voting Laws Disenfranchise Minority Voters

Recently, states controlled primarily by Republicans, most prominently Georgia and Florida, have begun to pass new legislation restricting access to mail-in ballots and targeting minority voters.

MAY. 25, 2021

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Children Crossing the Border, What Do We Do?

Immigrants make up a lot of the population here in the U.S. Many immigrants come here by crossing the border and arrive undocumented. But records have been broken recently as more and more unaccompanied minors attempt to cross the border.

MAY. 3, 2021

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Help Make a Difference For Our Furry Friends

Everyday animals are experimented on for the pure purpose of our curiosity.

MAY. 3, 2021