A group of professors stockpiled a trove of handmade signs from the Women's March.
An Oakland park is promoting literacy through fun.
It’s not clear how far universities could or would go to stop deportations.
Many African American educators say they don’t feel respected or empowered at their schools.
Some children commute from Mexico to the U.S. on a daily basis, a process that Donald Trump’s candidacy complicates.
Schools want black students to feel welcome, but sometimes their attempts go awry.
Community advocates must unite before they can convince residents to pass an anti-discrimination measure.
As Tesla and Apple move in, Reno, Nevada, is building lots of high-end apartments, but little in the way of affordable housing.