You did it! Finals week is over, your exams are completed and now it’s time to take a well-deserved break. We’re here to help you do some self-care as you unwind from classes after a jam-packed semester.. Keep reading to see how you can destress now that your semester is over.
November is Native American Heritage Month, which started as a week-long celebration in 1986 and evolved into a month-long celebration. Indigenous peoples have a long history, rich culture and stories to tell that often go unheard. We’ve put together a book list that shares some of those stories, traditions and experiences of North America’s native populations.
November 1 marks the start of Native American Heritage Month (NAHM), a time where we continue to celebrate the culture, traditions and contributions of Native and Indigenous people. Keep reading to learn more about when the heritage month started, how it’s celebrated today and how you can take action.
Whether you’re thinking of running for office next week or next year, IGNITE is here to help! Check out these top tips on how you can own your power and run a successful campaign.
When you’re with your friends and family, you might talk about upcoming plans, a favorite TV show, or something funny you saw online. Do you find yourself avoiding topics that are stressful, like politics? It’s hard to do these days when everything feels political, but talking politics is one way to flex your power and educate friends and family members on the issues you care about.
You have the power to decide elections at the local and federal levels. Make your voice heard! With elections happening year-round, here are some important things you may not know about voting.
No matter your age, you can make a difference in your community! It starts with using your voice and owning your power. Keep reading to learn how to get involved in your local government even if you’re still in high school.
Not ready to run for office yet? We understand, it’s a big commitment. There are many other things you can do that can help you on your political journey! Keep reading to learn how you can get involved in the political and civic space without running for office.
The world of politics is vast and the career paths are diverse. Whether you’re just now starting out on your political journey or you want to explore a new path, keep reading to learn how you can narrow down your choices and match your interests to your political path. After all, you don’t have to be an elected official to step into the political realm and make significant changes for others.
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If you are in need of immediate support, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255.
National Suicide Prevention Week takes place during the 2nd week of September, and includes World Suicide Prevention Day, which is on September 10th every year. Throughout National Suicide Prevention Week, people share resources, information and stories to increase awareness about suicide prevention and the warning signs.