The Uncertain Fate of DACA Students
About 800,000 undocumented young adults have endured weeks of tension over the uncertain fate of DACA, which for
Age of Opportunity
There is no more important time in youth development than middle school. These are adolescents just a few years away from being yo
Nathan Vickery & Tom Jennings In Concert
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th | 7:30 p.m.
W83 Ministry Center, 150 W 83rd St. New York, NY
By Natalie MuĂ±oz
The Transformative Power of Giving Back
This summer, returning as an intern to Operation Exodus after my first year at Binghamton
Operation Exodus alumni and board member, Adrian Miranda gives back by working with our middle school students to teach them about digital production.
Trust: The Cornerstone of Confidence
Feelings of insecurity or self-consciousness are not unusual in children. While some crave being the center of a
When seeking lasting change itâ€™s important to cast a vision of the result youâ€™d like to see. But, thatâ€™s not enough. First,
The â€śSummer Slide,â€ť is a well documented villain that causes learning loss for inner city children in low-income neighborhoods. Over consecutive s
Â Here's our Superhero Summer Wish List!
We'll be turning 110 inner city kids on to science, math, literature, and art through hands-on projects,
By Rich Perez
Does Undocumented Mean Unwanted?
Today there are 11.1 million undocumented immigrants in our country. They are given few optio
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