A new U.S. arts grant funded by the Ford Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will allow 15 Latinx artists to expand their work.
A new report shows that the number of LGBTQI+ elected officials in national, state and local government roles continues to rise in the U.S.
On September 11, 2001, Slovakian firefighters offered to help their American counterparts in New York in as many ways as they could.
September 4, 1907, was a dark day of racial intolerance in the city of Bellingham, Washington. Now, the town is reckoning with its past.
The Muslim Students Association of the U.S. & Canada helps bring students together on U.S. and Canadian university campuses. Learn more here.
In honor of the U.N.'s first International Day for People of African Descent, learn about six notable Americans who have African ancestry.
"Jánošík," which premiered in 1921, was one of the first feature-length films. It was made by two Slovak American brothers.
A new Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report details how extreme fires, heat and flooding are in our future unless we act now.
Learn about how the European Union, the United Kingdom and the United States are pledging to become free of coal-fired power plants by 2035.