Juneteenth is a national holiday commemorating the end of slavery. On June nineteenth, 1865, enslaved people in Texas learned they were free.
Update On Masks: With new mask policies popping up, it’s important to get the facts and answer any questions you might have about the CDC’s new recommendations.
What Are Taxes? Great question! Taxes are meant to help countries, states, and cities provide public goods like education, park space, and roads for their citizens.
Taxes can be tough to understand, even for adults! This should answer some of your questions about what they are, and who has to pay them.
What is recycling? What can you recycle? What can you make from recycled materials? Nick News has answers!
So, What Exactly Can Be Recycled? Ryan Hickman founded Ryan’s Recycling, and he’s got the expert scoop on which items can and cannot be recycled.
Kids, Immigration, And Equality: Discussion Guide And Key Terms
Immigration in the United States is a complicated issue. Along with the new Nick News special, these guides can help kids understand immigration’s history and the immigrant experience in America.
Jewish Life In America
Judaism is over 4,000 years old, and Jewish people have been on this continent since before America was a country! Let’s learn some more about our friends in the Jewish community.
Nick News Climate Change Special: Earth Day
While over 1 billion people took part in this year’s Earth Day celebrations, the holiday wasn’t always so celebrated! Jamie Yuccas takes you through the history of how April 22nd became a reminder to conserve and protect our planet.
Nick News Climate Change Special: Working Towards Zero Waste
Is it possible to live a life with zero waste by conserving energy, reducing, reusing, and recycling? Cooper Barnes and the Nick News team investigate what it means to have Net-Zero Emissions.
Nick News Climate Change Special: What Is Environmental Racism?
Oftentimes, minority and low-income communities are surrounded by health hazards, a result brought on by decades of systemic segregation. Jamie Yuccas speaks to Fionia, Naelyn, and Sabirah about their experiences with environmental racism.