Liberty Nation GenZ: News For Kids

News and Current Events Through the Lens of America’s Founding Principles

🔍 Search

LNGenZ News for Kids: Social Studies

Is the White House Haunted?

“My dear Clara, it seems that the White House is haunted.” These words were written by Major Archie Butt to… Read More

The Supply Chain Crisis – What Is It?

Got beef? Where’s the toilet paper? How can a problem in Vietnam impact a store in Biloxi, Mississippi? Since the… Read More

The Political Origins of Columbus Day

Columbus Day celebrates an Italian explorer. Spain sent him to find a better trading route, but he was credited with… Read More

Columbus Day or Indigenous Peoples’ Day?

Columbus Day is celebrated each year on the second Monday in October. It is in honor of Christopher Columbus, the… Read More

Christopher Columbus: He Searched for India but Found America

Christopher Columbus discovered America on October 12, 1492, but it was all by chance – a mistake. The explorer had… Read More

Revolutionary Women: America’s Founding Females

The Founding Fathers and their heroic actions helped form the United States, where freedoms are first and foremost protected. But… Read More

9/11 Two Decades Later: The Heroes and Victims

It is the 20-year anniversary of 9/11, a horrifying day where thousands lost their lives during a terrorist attack on… Read More

America Remembers 9/11

Never before in the history of the United States had a large-scale terrorist attack occurred on American soil until September… Read More

Study: US Teens Not Keen to Invest on Wall Street

It has been a wild time in the stock market since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. From market meltdowns,… Read More

Who Should We Thank for Labor Day?

For many Americans, Labor Day is a welcome three-day weekend, and a sign that the end of summer is coming…. Read More

China’s Crackdown on Video Games

How many hours per week should kids play video games – and should the government be able to make a… Read More

Last Salem Witch May Soon be Pardoned

In 1692, the people of Salem, Massachusetts, thought they were surrounded by witchcraft. In just one year, 19 women and… Read More