The Department Of Education Doesn't Want DACA Students To Receive Coronavirus Relief Aid

Betsy DeVos issued new guidance that goes further than the initial CARES Act

The Indigenous Activist Fighting To Save The Bayou From The Oil Industry

Sociologist Kasha Clay on the importance of 'saving our land by saving our livelihoods'

Canceling Earth Day Was Never An Option — So We Took Things Digital

'Being a climate activist, at its very core, is about persistence in the face of catastrophe'

For Young People, The Coronavirus Is Changing More Than How They Go To School

'Thoughts pop up in my head like, Will I ever finish college? Is it even worth it?'

Video Chatting, Drinking, And Cooking: What Young People Are During During The Coronavirus Lockdown

The youths stay online

With Fewer Resources Than Ever, Young People Are Pivoting To Online Therapy

'Their entire structure and framework of daily life has fundamentally shifted'

How To Support Sexual Violence Survivors While Social Distancing

Keeli Sorensen, the vice president of victim services at RAINN, breaks down the best way to support survivors in the time of coronavirus

Yes, You Should Wash Your Hands Before You Put On Your Coronavirus Face Mask

Dr. Darien Sutton-Ramsey explains everything you need to know

Rowena Chiu Wants Sexual Assault Survivors To Know 'Every Voice Matters, And You Matter'

The Harvey Weinstein survivor reflects on what she wished she knew as a 24-year-old assistant

The Coronavirus Disproportionately Affects Black Americans: What You Need To Know

New York Times investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones on the structural disadvantages Black communities face in the time of a global pandemic

As Coronavirus Spreads Among Juvenile Justice Facilities, Activists Are Calling For Their Release

'Our first and most strident public health intervention must be to get people out'

Young Doctors and Nurses Feel Like 'Soldiers Going Into Battle' Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

'We see death as medical students, but not like this. Not to this scale'

Domestic Violence Reports Are Spiking Around The World — So Lawmakers Are Stepping In To Help

Reported instances rose by 32 percent in France since the country went on lockdown

These UC Santa Cruz Graduate Students Are Striking For Better Working Conditions

And their movement is spreading: 'We're fighting these larger issues, but just at the university level'

The Olympics Have A New Start Date — Over A Year From Now

The event will now start on July 23, 2021

COVID-19 Doesn't Discriminate. Take It From This Millennial Recovering From The Virus

'I woke up and my head was exploding'

I Want To Give Blood During The Coronavirus Pandemic. But I'm Gay, So I'm Not Allowed

'Policies grounded in stigma rather than science don’t just hurt LGBTQ+ people, but all Americans, especially now'

How to Send Nudes Without Putting Your Privacy At Risk

The social distancing era doesn't mean you're not vulnerable to hackers

Most College Students Are Being Significantly Impacted By The Coronavirus: 'Students Are Hurting Everywhere'

Only 21 percent of students said they have not experienced a major upheaval, beyond the shift to digital learning

As Coronavirus Spreads, Liberty University Opens Back Up

Most of the universities in the United States are closed and remain closed until the pandemic slows

Even Spring Break Partiers Now Understand They're Not Invincible To Coronavirus

The Miami tourist who infamously boasted about "getting corona" has apologized

You Need To Care About The Census, Now More Than Ever

And it's easier than ever to fill out

There Is No Known Cure For COVID-19, And People Are Overdosing Because Of False Information

Others, like the 1.5 million people who have lupus, are at risk of running out of necessary medication

Young People With Chronic Illness Need Everyone Else To Take Social Distancing Seriously, Too

'Never in a million years did I imagine that other people would be having to think about this'