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Feb 03 2023
A recent standoff between education professionals and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over African American course curriculum sparked discussion and debate on education, history, and race.
For Context: Florida rejected a newly designed Advanced Placement (AP) African American studies curriculum, saying it violated Florida’s law banning critical race theory. The curriculum designer, TheWall Street Journal (Opinion) The Hill Washington Post
Sep 20 2021
On Monday, Pfizer said its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for children ages 5 to 11 and that it will soon seek full approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
In Pfzier's clinical trials, it says a much lower dose was tested on children ages 5 to 11, and after the second dose, recipients developed antibody levels to fight the coronavirus that were just as strong asNew York Post (News) CNBC CNN (Online News)
May 10 2021
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I was relieved after the verdict was delivered in the trial of Derek Chauvin.
Like all of us, I remember the summer of unrest that the killing of George Floyd unleashed in America.John R. Wood Jr.
Mar 29 2021
Two teenage girls were charged with carjacking and with murder in the death of an Uber Eats driver in Washington, D.C. The suspects, ages 13 and 15, allegedly attacked Mohammad Anwar, 66, with a taser inside his car, causing the car to flip on its side. Anwar was taken to the hospital, but did not survive; the two girls were pulled from the wreck and arrested at the scene.
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Feb 24 2021
President Joe Biden's administration reopened a Texas holding facility this week for unauthorized immigrant teenagers who cross the Mexico-U.S. border without a parent. The shelter was opened in July 2019 and closed roughly a month later. News of its reopening drew comparisons between Biden and former President Donald Trump on immigration policy at the border.
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Mar 25 2021
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For some reason, Joe Biden and his advisors have determined that referring to the rapidly deteriorating state of affairs at the U.S.-Mexico border as a “crisis” is to their political disadvantage. So White House staffers have been tearing apart the political thesaurus looking for less alarming synonyms to describeDan Schnur
Mar 25 2021
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A series of shootings in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 17 that left eight people dead was followed by another mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado on Monday in which 10 people were killed. The Atlanta shooting sparked widespread speculation among media and activists about a race-based motivation; police reportedlyAllSides Staff
Dec 16 2020
A middle-schooler recently used AllSides Media Bias Ratings to dissect how bias in Google search results might influence people’s political opinions.
We love when our audience uses our tools to investigate media bias. But it’s even better to see a teenager apply those resources to researching a tool that holds power over what hundreds of millions of people see and read.
TheHenry A. Brechter
May 15 2022
A teenage gunman opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo, NY on Saturday, leaving 10 people dead and three more wounded.
Payton Gendron, an 18-year-old white man, drove over 200 miles from Conklin, NY to Buffalo to conduct the attack. Heavily armed and donning tactical gear, he stormed into a Tops Friendly Markets in a predominately black neighborhood and opened fire with a rifle bothWall Street Journal (News) HuffPost National Review
Feb 23 2022
Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager acquitted of murder charges after killing two people during a chaotic night of racial unrest, says he plans to sue media outlets and celebrities who've lied about him.
This week, Rittenhouse announced The Media Accountability Project, a new effort to "to help fundraise and hold the media accountable" for alleged lies about him. Rittenhouse hasn't named anyNewsweek The Guardian The Daily Caller