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Climate change is shaping a mindset revolution—powerfully driving innovation and progress. And young people are leading the transformation. This special series focuses on the roles of those born since 1989, when recognition of children's rights and the spike of global temperatures began to intersect. The stories include vivid Monitor photography, and are written from Indigenous Northern Canada, Bangladesh, Namibia, Barbados, and the United States.
What does it mean for a society to atone for systemic and enduring harms? California is the first U.S. state to propose reparations for many Black residents. Communities across the country are watching closely. But questions of restoration and reconciliation aren’t exclusive to Black Americans – or to the United States. This special series explores efforts around the world to seek justice and restitution for communities subjected to historical harms.
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