Shine the Light of Truth
Curated by Morayo Faleyimu; Art Designed by Azia Armstead
Journalist and civil rights activist Ida B. Wells once declared that the way to right wrongs was to shine the light of truth upon them. In our December collection "Shine the Light of Truth," our GWN journalists do just that. Their timely and evocative stories cover emerging trends and intimate moments. Read these compelling works to illuminate the world you think you know.
Have you ever chosen to sacrifice sleep to binge-watch something on Netflix? You might be experiencing “revenge bedtime procrastination.”
No other animal seems more threatened by climate change than polar bears. Will these icons of the Arctic be able to adapt their diets to survive in their rapidly transforming environment?
Fast fashion has become a staple of the fashion industry, but at a closer glance, the eye-catching, low costs seem to bear a greater price.
A look into 2020 through the diverse eyes of interviewees from New York City. These interviewees describe their thoughts and experiences living through the pandemic.
What Does It Mean that TikTok Users are Getting Their News from the Platform by Shreya Pandit and Lane Florsheim
Social media is revolutionizing the way we receive information, from beauty hacks to geopolitical conflict. Why misinformation can spread this way—and how to minimize consuming it in your own reading.
The article centers on five high school students in the US who are pursuing their hobbies to create projects that are bringing people around the world together during the pandemic.
An excerpt of an article I wrote where I interviewed eight students from across the city, country and world on their sex-education experiences.
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