August 24, 2021
WTMJ: Kenosha, Wisconsin, Residents Reflect On Jacob Blake Shooting
Blake's attorney says "there's still a lot of work to do."
The CROWN Act continues to push for representation for next generation
Orlena Nwokah Blanchard and Adjoa B. Asamoah are just a few of the women addressing race-based hair discrimination with the CROWN Act movement.
Exploring the fusion of Asian cuisine and American culture
Scripps News looked into why sharing food from another culture can bring people closer together.
Students helping students with free online tutoring
One World Anchor is tutoring program founded and run by students that is dedicated to providing equal education opportunities for all.
Texas governor signs law banning gender-affirming care for minors
Texas is among at least 18 states that have implemented similar bans.
2024 GOP hopefuls campaign in Iowa at the 'Roast and Ride' event
Republican presidential hopefuls travel to Iowa to pitch themselves to voters. They were met with a big crowd and big decisions for 2024.
LGBTQ+ people attend 'Gay Days' in Florida despite travel warnings
Despite recent warnings, the celebration is underway, uniting in defiance against anti-LGBTQ+ laws.