It’s a symbol of independence for the visually impaired. But did you know there’s a day set aside to recognize the importance of the white cane? Made official by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964, thousands celebrate National White Cane Safety Day across the United States. And as Rajeev Dhir shows you, students and staff of one school in the Bronx are going one step further, by helping educate those around them.
They fled the war. Now what?
Five different stories of Ukrainians who escaped the war to the US