Finding Black Strength In Art

Finding Black Strength In Art

Joyeuse Muhorakeye, Democracy & Me intern shares her experience at the exhibition “All Things Being Equal...,” by Black artist Hank Willis Thomas, now at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

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Cincinnati Public Radio Launches Internship Program Through Democracy & Me

These paid positions are made possible by support from the Charles H. Dater Foundation, so please join us in thanking them and congratulating our inaugural class!

Democracy & Me Blog

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

October 13, 2020 8

Dr. David Childs, Ph.D.Northern Kentucky University Originally posted on October 24, 2019 IntroductionWe recently celebrated Columbus Day, and for many people in the US it […]

Black Women’s Lives Matter

October 11, 2020 3

Dr. David J. ChildsNorthern Kentucky University IntroductionIn this article we will continue our custom of writing articles that elevate the status of women in our […]

Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that you vote is never lost.

— John Quincy Adams

Just For Kids: Democracy 101

Democracy 101

We’ve launched a series of fun learning resources for younger students, created by older ones.

The goal is to introduce a few important civics topics in an engaging way, so that when kids hit those Government Strand curriculum standards in grades 7 and 8, they’re ready!

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Democracy & Z Democracy & Z is a student podcast, developed in collaboration with our friends at Elementz.

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What Does Justice Look Like?

What Does Justice Look Like?

Speak out TODAY and share the vision you’re protesting for.

WVXU’s Democracy & Me program, in partnership with Elementz, invites young people to make your voices heard, now.

Watch their video responses here.

NPR Student Podcast Challenge

NPR Student Podcast Challenge

NPR is inviting students around the country to create a podcast, then - with the help of a teacher - compete for a chance to win our grand prize and have your work appear on NPR.

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Our Student Spotlight