Civil rights icon Ruby Bridges was only 6 years old when she became the first child to integrate Louisiana schools in 1960. Since then, she has dedicated her life to activism and education. Katie Couric spoke to Ruby about what that moment in 1960 was like, and what she thinks of the current global protest movement that has been sparked following the murder of George Floyd.
A Florida School Counselor Discusses Returning to School During the Pandemic
Florida school counselor Stacey King discusses returning to school in the midst of a global pandemic. “We’re educators who love children and love what we do, so of course we want to go back to work and of course we want to be there for our kids. But if it was safe to return to […]
Former White House Director of Communications Jen Palmieri on The History Of Women’s Suffrage.
Former White House Director of Communications, political advisor and author of “She Proclaims,” Jen Palmieri details the history of the women’s suffragette movement, the importance of advocating for ALL women, not just some, and how we need to seize this moment in history to make real change. #womensequalityday.
An NYC Cardiologist Explains the Long Term Effects of COVID-19
Dr. Rony Shimony, a cardiologist at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC explains what doctors are seeing and learning about the long term impacts COVID-19 has on the brain, heart, lungs, and other major organs of the body.