Langston Hughes' 113th Birthday Animated Google Doodle
On 1st February 2015, Google Doodle honors the 113th birthday of Langston Hughes with an animated doodle. James Mercer Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902 – May 22, 1967) was an author and acclaimed poet.
Entrepreneurs for Social Change: 'Running the Streets with Felice León'
For our second episode, we are speaking with the many creative entrepreneurs on the streets -- from Greenwich Village, NYC to Brooklyn. What these folks have in common is that they are in the mood to discuss social change. After taking it to the streets we are making our way to home décor paradise, peace & RIOT in BedStuy, Brooklyn. There we'll speak with co-owner, Achuziam Maha-Sanchez and learn some tricks of the entrepreneurial trade. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to our channel:...
What Challenges Remain for Selma 50 Years Since March?
Over the weekend, visitors like President Obama and nearly 100 members of Congress flocked to Selma, Alabama, to celebrate the anniversary of a civil rights milestone. But 50 years since protesters defiantly crossed the city's iconic Edmund Pettus bridge, Selma remains a deeply divided city with many challenges.
Are you constantly humiliated by auto correct blunders? Or maybe you can't seem to text straight after a fun filled night. How many times have you sent a text only to instantly regret it? There's an app for that! We spoke with Maci Peterson about âOn Second Thought.â It's an app she created after some autocorrect and texting nightmares. She tells you how to get it and how it works.
Kid President Introduces the White House Student Film Festival
For the past few months, K-12 students have been putting the finishing touches on short films about this year's theme: The Impact of Giving Back. We received more than 1,500 submissions from around the world and, on Friday, March 20 we premiered 15 Official Selections at the 2015 White House Film Festival.
Commencement speakers including Apple's Tim Cook, Vice President Joe Biden, former President George W. Bush, actress Maya Rudolph and "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose offer heartfelt advice to the graduating class of 2015.
Assault Victim Uses YouTube to Turn a Negative into a Positive
WLWT spoke to the man behind a viral YouTube video that shows the aftermath of a vicious attack. Ronald Moon Jr., told WLWT News 5’s Courtis Fuller he is trying to turn a negative into a positive, and people all over the world are helping him do that.