Migrant Families Still Being Separated at the Border
Border agents say they have “no obligation” to report new cases of family separation because they didn’t take place under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy.
New Report Shows Fear of Deportation is Keeping Children Out of School
The UNESCO study urges schools to create safe spaces for all students.
Wabanaki Seek Healing and Justice in 'Dawnland'
A new documentary follows the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission as it explores the legacy of forced child relocation policies.
Illustrated Guide Offers Resources for LGBTQ Muslim Youth
The Muslim Youth Leadership Council at Advocates for Youth developed “I’m Muslim and I Might Not Be Straight” for LGBTQ peers who don’t see themselves reflected in the broader LGBTQ community.
New Report Shows Prison Can Block Access to Education for Life
Data sheds light on the educational mobility of formerly incarcerated people.
On The Fright—and Delight—Of Halloween
Because nothing is more terrifying than racial injustice—and nothing is more adorable than kids whose costumes show us who they really are.
WATCH: Hasan Minhaj Denounces Asian Americans Fighting Affirmative Action
The comedian breaks down the importance of affirmative action in higher education—and how a group of Asian Americans is using anti-Black rhetoric in an attempt to dismantle it.
READ: Eve Ewing's Work Examines Black Chicago's 'Ghosts' and Heroes
The scholar and author discusses her new book, “Ghosts in the Schoolyard: Racism and School Closings on Chicago’s South Side,” and the Riri Williams comic series for Marvel.
Smithsonian APA Center's New Education Platform Promotes 'Learning Together'
The new digital hub offers a one-stop destination for curricula focusing on Asian-American and Pacific Islander culture and history.
State and Federal Government Still Resisting Efforts to Save Flint
Government employees allege that higher ups do not want to prevent another water crisis.
Author Q&A: How Hard History and Healthy Friendships Will Save Us All
In “Zora and Me: Cursed Ground,” author T.R. Simon holds a mirror up to young Black people so that they can bear witness to their own courage, strength and magic.
Colin Kaepernick and Bryan Stevenson Honored With Harvard's W.E.B. DuBois Medal
The award celebrates contributions to Black culture across various fields.
Colson Whitehead's Next Novel Explores Abuse of Black Boys at Reform School
“The Nickel Boys” will draw on the true story of the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys, where many Black students died from ritual abuse.
Judge Rules Indian Child Welfare Act Unconstitutional
When the law was passed in 1978, about a third of Native children were being forced into foster care and adoption.
Cynthia Erivo to Play Harriet Tubman in New Biopic
Kasi Lemmons will direct the film, which follows the life and work of the legendary abolitionist.
REPORT: The Urgent Need to Dismantle School Policing in Communities of Color
A new report from Advancement Project and Alliance for Educational Justice amplifies the voices of students of color who are demanding police-free schools.
LISTEN: Inside Harvard's Hip Hop Archive and Research Institute
NPR’s “The Keepers” series launches with an interview with Dr. Marcyliena Morgan, 9th Wonder and others who are making a home for hip hop history and scholarship.
Trump Administration Proposes Longer Detention for Migrant Children
A newly proposed rule would circumvent a long-established agreement that limits child detention to 20 days.
High Lead Levels Force Detroit to Shut Off Water Fountains At All Public Schools
The underfunded district faces millions in plumbing bills to reverse the problem.
Democrats Demand Reunification Plan for 500 Separated Children
More than 40 days after the deadline to reunify thousands of immigrant families, hundreds of children still remain separated from their parents.