People around the world are in shock and saddened by the news of Australia’s bushfires. The blazes have been roaring for months and the effects have been devastating. Currently, the fires have taken more than 18 million acres of land, displaced thousands of people (and in some cases, caused their death), and injured or killed millions upon millions of wild animals.
When tragedy strikes, communities pull together and this is exactly what has been happening across Australia due to the devastating...
It’s no secret that the bushfires raging across Australia have been devastating for all walks of life.
Australia is burning like never before. Every year, the states in the country deal with bushfires, but this season has shown widespread devastation that has brought unforeseeable tragedy to both people and the environment. So far, millions of acres of land in New South Wales (NSW) have been torched.
As devastating wildfires continue to rage across Australia, Steve Irwin’s family is stepping up and continuing his legacy of wildlife...
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More than 150 years after slavery was abolished in the United States, a group of African American Tulane medical students is honoring their ancestors by demonstrating just how far they’ve come since that time. Organized by second-year medical student Russell J. Ledet, fifteen students posed on the steps of former slave quarters at the Whitney Plantation in Louisiana.
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