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  • Interview: Engaging High School Students with America’s Complicated History

    According to Kevin Alderson, a retired teacher from rural Wisconsin public school, confronting difficult parts of the country's past is not only important – it's our "responsibility." The post Interview: Engaging High School Students with America’s Complicated History appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

  • Lack of Rural Lawyers Leaves Much of America Without Support

    This post originally appeared in PEW. Despite efforts in recent years by a handful of states, universities and legal associations to ease the problem, there remains a glaring lack of lawyers in many far-flung places. This leaves those areas and their residents without easy access to legal advice for family issues, wills, estates and property The post Lack of Rural Lawyers Leaves Much of America Without Support appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

  • ‘It Sucks That I Have to Be Scared’ – Conversations with Rural LGBTQ Young People

    LGBTQ youth in rural America face a challenging environment. Some progress has been made in the last two decades, but many still feel threatened and unwelcome in their own communities. The post ‘It Sucks That I Have to Be Scared’ – Conversations with Rural LGBTQ Young People appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

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