Welcome to Our Launch Issue!

This is the nation's first non-partisan, non-profit magazine for young people interested in civics and politics. We are where civics education, creative expression and community action merge. Have you been looking for a place that will amplify the voices of engaged kids? Welcome! You’re here.

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Get informed about protecting and improving our democracy


Sharpen communication skills and engage in civil discourse


Ground your knowledge of the present in the stories of the past


Envision the communities and country you want to inhabit


Celebrate the youth leaders who are making change today


Which Branch of Government Do You Belong In?


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Fly Your Flag

Design a flag that shows us YOUR America… That was the prompt for our first Kidizenship contest. We asked middle and high school students to celebrate our national symbol–or challenge it. The American identity is beautifully vast and varied, and the amazing submissions that poured in were, too. 

Reimaging this symbol is a uniquely American exercise.  For decades, famous artists including Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, and Amy Sherald have shared their own interpretations of the flag. Artists have printed the flag in neon colors, painted people dancing across its stripes, woven its colors into landscapes, turned it upside down. Sometimes their art doesn’t look like the traditional flag at all–but it is still a symbol of America, seen through the artist’s eyes. We were blown away by the results of this first contest… Check them out:

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Kidizenship is a non-partisan, non-profit media platform for tweens and teens that reaches beyond the classroom, merging civics education with creative self-expression and community action.