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Help Scare Away Hunger In your Community

Imagine you’re a student trying to do your homework, but you didn’t have any dinner, so you’re too hungry to concentrate. Then you go to bed hungry so you don’t sleep well. You go to school knowing that you’ll get food there, but it won’t be enough to fuel your... Continue Reading »

Youth Voices Speak Out on Environmental Justice

My name is Sophie Geraghty, and I am a junior at Seneca High School. My passion for environmental sustainability stemmed from a question. My question was simply, why? Why do we use plastic bags rather than paper? Why do we use plastic water bottles rather than metal ones? Because of... Continue Reading »

WE 365: Youth Voices on Environmental Justice

My name is Lauren Wood and I’m a sophomore at DuPont Manual High School. I’m passionate about advancing environmental sustainability because climate change is an issue of climate justice. POC and lower-income individuals are hit hardest by the effects of climate change and are taken advantage of by polluting companies.... Continue Reading »

WE 365: Youth Voices on Responsible Social Media Use

My name is Leo Tobbe. I am an incoming freshman at duPont Manual High School, and a Scholastic Kids Press reporter. In my role with Scholastic, I have become sensitive to not only the misinformation that is spread online, but also the hate and negativity. When used responsibly, social media... Continue Reading »

WE 365: Youth Voices on Racial Unity

“Hi, my name is Alexis Cammack. I am currently a sophomore at the University of Louisville studying Criminal Justice with hopes of becoming a lawyer.  I’ve always been passionate about social justice especially racial justice. I was born into a mixed race family, which made finding my personal identity harder... Continue Reading »

WE 365: Youth Voices on Business and Social Entrepreneurship

The path to business and social entrepreneurship is the topic for Youth Voices on June 31st.  We’ll hear from a panel of business-minded students and community members, led by Miles McGinnis, a senior at Oldham County High School. Ever since I discovered my passion for business four years ago, I... Continue Reading »

WE 365: Youth Voices on Immigration and Refugees

The challenges and gifts of immigrants and refugees is the topic for WE 365: Youth voices on June 17th, and we’ll hear from Josianne Esther Sadiki, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo, and a recent graduate of Iroquois High Schools Accelerate To Graduate program.          As an African girl... Continue Reading »

WE 365: Youth Voices on Inclusivity

Inclusivity is the topic for WE 365: Youth Voices on May 30, and we’ll hear from Katelyn Wo, a senior at Sacred Heart Academy and member of the Youth Board. My name is Katelyn Wo and I am currently a junior at Sacred Heart Academy. One thing that I am... Continue Reading »