Months after protests on campuses reached a boiling point nationally, what's next for the student activists who became the faces of a movement?…
By Kenya Downs
High school seniors are applying to more colleges than ever, but fewer are choosing to enroll in their first choice. Do choices still matter? Join the PBS NewsHour for a Twitter chat on Thursday.
By Colleen Shalby, Jaclyn Diaz
Why do you think people commit microaggressions? At 1 p.m. EST on Friday, join Dr. Derald Wing Sue (@deraldwingsue) and @NewsHour on Twitter for a conversation. Follow along using #NewsHourChats.
By Jaclyn Diaz
Talk to the man who is walking across the world. Join PBS NewsHour and National Geographic as they co-host a Twitter chat with Paul Salopek, 1 p.m. EST Friday where he'll answer your questions about the Out of Eden Walk.
Soledad O'Brien will take your questions about her experience filming the NewsHour series "Congo's Hope" in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Join her for a Twitter chat from 1-2 p.m. EDT Friday.
By Jaclyn Diaz, Corinne Segal
In our next #NewsHourChats, we’ll take a look at criticisms of Hollywood's portrayal of LGBTQ…
By Jaclyn Diaz
NewsHour will host an "America After Charleston" follow-up Twitter chat from 1-2 p.m EDT, Thursday, Sept. 24.
At 1 p.m. EDT, Friday, September 18 we’ll discuss the relation between race and upward mobility, and more, with a panel of experts.
By Justin Kenny, Jaclyn Diaz
The number of people fleeing wars and persecution globally is at an all time high. Our next twitter chat will examine this issue, and the questions it has raised. The chat will feature Madeleine Albright, David Miliband, William Brangham and…
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins, Jaclyn Diaz
In the United States, about 50 percent of adults have been diagnosed with at least one type of chronic illness such as diabetes, heart disease, or multiple sclerosis.
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