A Celebration of Food and Native American Heritage Month
Aanii boozhoo, gakina awiya! Hello, everyone! I hope you’re having a happy Native American Heritage Month so far. Some of you who’ve read my previous Read Feed posts know that I have a major love affair with food.
Michal Tucker interviews Kevin Gomes, a local graphic designer and animator
This fall, the Teen Council will be interviewing local professionals for a series called "Career Corner". The goal of this series is to give teens the inside scoop on what it takes to get different jobs. Check out Michal Tucker’s interview with Kevin Gomes, a graphic designer.
Pages in, pages out: Selam learns from award-winning poet Sarah Crossland the secret to becoming a good writer
This fall, the Teen Council will be interviewing local professionals for a series called "Career Corner." The goal of this series is to give teens the inside scoop on what it takes to get different jobs.
Not able to vote, but want to impact the election? Ginger has six suggestions on how you can make your voice heard
Being unable to vote in this upcoming election doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to make meaningful contributions to voter turnout. While civil engagement and political advocacy are essential to democracy, staying safe during this public health crisis is the most important thing. So stay safe, stay home as much as possible, be sure to wear a mask and social distance!
A local teen is working to provide free toiletries to women experiencing homelessness
Every month, Michal Tucker will be doing a feature story on a teen changemaker - a person seeking to bring about change to the world through activism, leadership, and creativity. Check out her first article in this series, an interview with Zikora of GenZ HER. In this article, Michal interviews Maya Grebowsky, founder of a startup nonprofit called Giving to Silver Spring.
The 2020 Smithsonian Food History Weekend which takes place Oct. 15 -17 will explore historical and systemic injustices with people who are working to make a difference by creating alternative models of empowerment within their own communities or by helping others make fundamental changes toward equity.