Think you’re too young to be the change? Victor was elected as the youngest delegate for Joe Biden to the 2020 Democratic National Convention, at age seventeen!
What makes a real #CitizenSuperhero? The answer is clear. Those who show up.
Right now, the press are largely acting as play-by-play announcers. Reveling in the entertainment and the game play, and mistakenly thinking we’re all enjoying it as well.
In a democracy, in which the government is accountable to the people, a free and independent press is absolutely vital.
Watch the video, then share it with a friend to remind them of who some of the true heroes are in this country.
All across American a new school year is beginning and the future of our education system is already under attack.
Civic Superhero Suzanne of Westport, CT, found her calling as a social studies teacher after experiencing firsthand the 9/11 attacks.
Dr. Deirdre Doughty, a Bastrop, Texas Experiential Civics Teacher and 2020 Region 13 Secondary Teacher of the Year says, “I now know that if we want change, we shouldn’t wait for an adult to fix it.”
Civics education isn’t limited to text books and lectures, but expands to students engaging and participating in their community outside their classroom walls.
The bravest person I’ve ever known was a teacher. As we in America argue endlessly and loudly about what should and shouldn’t be taught in our schools, there are places in the world where teaching is a death sentence.