“All Grown Up” considers how world leaders act like school yard bullies.
“Visitations after Baghdad” considers a poet’s role in reponding to the violence in Iraq after the recent ISIS attack on Sadr City.
“Ripples” is inspired by Google honoring pioneer scientist and inventor Hertha Marks Ayrton’s 162nd birthday with its doodle.
“Ummah” affirms the importance of Community as a core value for Arab Leaders.
“Safe Haven” considers the money culture exposed by the leak of the so-called Panama Papers.
“Evergreen” celebrates the discovery of a 140 million-year-old pine twig in Nova Scotia.
“Primary News” responds to American Republican candidate for President, Donald Trump.
“The Color of Bone” describes the scene of a Syrian hospital hit by cluster bombs.
“WHO Knows” addresses the global virulence of the Zika virus.
“Now She Knows” offers one girl’s perspective on the 15th Anniversary of the website Wikipedia.