U.S. women farmers are growing more organic crops and selling their locally produced products to consumers in their communities.
Meet the mother and daughter whose vegan restaurant in Boston is bringing traditional Egyptian cooking to the United States.
A new mobile app created by an American University professor helps users learn about the past and present contributions of Indigenous peoples.
She grew up among members of the Round Valley Indian Tribes. Her love of math and science may place her among the first women on the moon.
Learn more about the life of teacher, college president and activist Mary McLeod Bethune and her recent honorary statue in the U.S. Capitol.
The State Department honored 19 historically Black colleges and universities as leaders in the Fulbright Program. Learn more.
Learn about the Jewish holy days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. This is part of a series on the ways Americans observe religious holidays.
A recent poll of American Muslims shows a community that is an integral and thriving part of U.S. life. Find out more.
President Biden is launching a new effort to prevent hate-fueled violence and promote unity around the country.