With great power comes great responsibility, and America Chavez is no exception to that rule. Coming from the far reaches of the Marvel multiverse, this superheroine blasts through time and space to save the day, all the while keeping her special charm and wits in battle.
Comic books are fantastic. They have the ability to transcend language and audio by capturing readers’ imaginations to go on…
Throughout history, women have struggled to gain basic human rights. Here, we honor six of these global leaders from past and present.
A safari is about more than snapping photos of big cats and roaming seemingly untouched land, at least according to Jennifer New and her depiction of one TCK turned activist.
An estimated five percent of the U.S. population grew up in a military family, but there is not one television show dedicated to its subculture. There are no academic studies or museums focusing solely on military children. There is no military brat or TCK section in your local library.
In book one of the “What (Race) Are We” series, Ivorian-American Muslim author Papatia Feauxzar introduces readers to Nouredine on his first day of preschool. The boy, an only child, is elated to be around so many other kids — until one of his schoolmates asks him: “What are you!?”
Baruch Inbar is an award-winning artist, illustrator, writer, designer and children’s book author. Born in Moldovia (the former Soviet Union), Inbar’s family immigrated to Israel when he was 6. Due to various family hardships, he spent many of his formative years (ages 10 to 18) in foster care. The artist’s foster home, where many other children had experienced abuse and neglect, was structured much like a boarding school.
Culture brings people together in shared values, practices and behaviors.
Learning a new language requires motivation, many mistakes, repetition and energy. The region where I live, Andalucía, has a very…
Parts one and two of this family-based series explored the lives of Rasha Pecoraro and Yvette Gentile, the two daughters…