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World Refugee Day 2023

Rachel Klein
The world is currently facing history’s worst refugee crisis. More than 89 million people have left their homes to escape conflict and persecution, surpassing the previous record of displaced persons after World War II. Refugees—those forced to flee their country for fear of persecution, war, or violence—account for about 27.1 million of displaced people.

Three Supreme Court Cases You Should Know About

Jacob Greenblatt
Over the past few weeks, the Supreme Court has steadily published dozens of opinions on a range of issues affecting the United States. Now, as the end of the term approaches, the future of our democracy, LGBTQ+ rights, and affirmative action are on the line. Here are three upcoming Supreme Court decisions you should know about.

Teens Urge Congress to End Gun Violence

Israel Harris
The RAC is proud to bring thousands of teens to Washington D.C. for our annual L’Taken Social Justice Seminars. After three days of intensive programming, learning about just a few of the many issues prevalent in our country today, all participants travel to Capitol Hill to meet with their members of Congress and advocate in support of the things they care about.

Teens Share Their Stories About the Impact and Fears of Gun Violence

Israel Harris
The RAC is proud to bring thousands of teens to Washington D.C. for our annual L’Taken Social Justice Seminars. After three days of intensive programming, learning about just a few of the many issues prevalent in our country today, all participants travel to Capitol Hill to meet with their members of Congress and advocate in support of the things they care about.