A new website, civilrightstrail.com, uses 360-degree videos, historical comparison photos, interviews and interactive maps to guide visitors along important civil rights sites across the southern United States.
Karen Pence, the wife of the U.S. vice president, honors two Israelis who are active in ensuring the world never forgets the horror of the Holocaust.
Wyatt Tee Walker, who died January 23, 2018, helped Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Letter from Birmingham Jail" get to a national audience.
The Iranian regime cuts off internet access to shut down communication among the protesters. The world protests this tech censorship.
On Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, January 15, fifth-graders from a Washington school recite King's most famous speech from the Lincoln Memorial steps.
Ten percent of the world’s children are used for child labor. Learn what some U.S. organizations are doing to reduce that by cleaning up supply chains.
After visiting the U.S., Grace Jerry and Juan Angel de Gouveia used what they learned about disability rights to make changes in their own countries.
A U.S. school has launched a global effort to train 1 million teachers with the skills to help deaf-blind children fulfill their potential.
The State Department recognized eight people from around the world as "heroes" in fighting human trafficking. Read the stories of two of them.