Teaching Global Citizenship

Conservation for Kids: The Trash Hero Movement

Want to learn more about how you can get your family involved in conservation for kids? Read on to find out about the Trash Hero Movement! It’s all over the news. Billions upon billions of plastic garbage are piling up on land, floating in the water, polluting the sea, rivers, and lakes. The situation is …

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National Library Week: Libraries in Diverse Communities

The second full week of April is National Library Week in the US. It’s an opportunity to celebrate our wonderful school and community libraries and their hardworking librarians. One purpose of National Library Week is to make the public aware of the many services libraries offer, and the impact of those services in our communities. Use #NationalLibraryWeek …

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Looking Back at Women-Led Movements Around the World in 2018

Women’s History Month is a great time to look back at powerful women-led movements and protests that shook the world in the past year for some inspiration. Let’s celebrate the successful and global movements with female leadership.  Also, let’s learn from these practical methods of reaching goals and remind everyone that girls DO run the world. …

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Why MLK Day Matters to Global Citizens in Africa

In order to fully understand the importance of Martin Luther King Day in Africa today, we need to acknowledge the significant influence that earlier leaders in the continent had in the making of the most important leader of black liberation in America. Martin Luther King in Ghana Retracing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s steps in …

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