Good News Headlines 5/26/21


Photo: Jessica Floyd

A 107-Year-Old Witness To The Tulsa Race Massacre Just Gave A Powerful Testimony to Congress

by Annie Reneau, Upworthy

107-year-old Viola Fletcher, the oldest living survivor of the 1921 Black Wall Street massacre in Tulsa Oklahoma, testified this week before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties. Her testimony was powerful. Read More


Phase 3 Trial Of MDMA Therapy For Severe PTSD Is So Successful That 67% Don’t Qualify For Diagnosis Now

from Good News Network

A breakthrough human trial achieved highly statistically-significant results and an excellent safety record, demonstrating that MDMA-assisted therapy can be an effective treatment for severe and chronic Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Read More


10 Backyard Flowers You Didn’t Know You Could Eat (And How You Can)

by Linnea Harris, EcoWatch

Throughout history, flowers have been both appreciated for their beauty and used for consumption. Some of the flowers already growing in your backyard might have surprising – and tasteful! – culinary uses. Read More


University Cancels $700,000 In Debt for Graduates Hit By Pandemic

from Good News Network

Delaware State University officials are canceling up to $730,655 in student debt for recently graduated students who have faced financial hardship during the pandemic. Read More


In Historic Move, Chile Unanimously Approves Ambitious Single-Use Plastics Law

by  Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch

In a historic move, Chile’s legislature has unanimously passed a plastic regulation law that advocates say will reduce the country’s plastic waste by more than 23,000 tons every year. Read More