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Seth Babcock, Courtney Smith, and Ashley Burris at the <i>Military Brats</i> editorial meeting.
Seth Babcock, Courtney Smith, and Ashley Burris at the Military Brats editorial meeting.

A magazine for "military brats"

There are more than a million children with parents in the military. These families on average move on average every three years, compared to every five and a half years for civilian families. Military children also have to deal with their parents' long absences in often war-torn places like Iraq or Afghanistan. An Army family in Watertown is trying to reach out to so-called "military brats" with a new magazine that's written for kids by kids. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article
Soapbox Diversity Magazine
Soapbox Diversity Magazine

Potsdam Student Producing Diversity Magazine

Race, class and gender are the focus of an annual magazine being produced by a few students at SUNY Potsdam. Jody Tosti met with the woman who's putting the publication together.  Go to full article

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