Research shows that children develop their understanding of things like gender and race before the age of 5 from the characters they meet in stories.
From the Current Issue
The TPP makes the rights of companies sacrosanct, and that includes the right to mine. But what about the rights of people who live in the way of proposed mining sites?
Companies like Coca-Cola and Monsanto were called out for conflicts of interest, leaving many in the public health sector to wonder if next year transparency might become the new normal.
The inner lives of drone operators, refugee camps through the eyes of children, and women who would be denied entry to the United States under Donald Trump’s “total shutdown.”
At international summits like COP21, diplomats and dignitaries dominate the dialogue. To see how voices outside the negotiations are heard, our reporter joined a peaceful protest at the Louvre Museum.
Rebuilding workers’ rights is possible—even with labor policy’s 30-year gridlock.
These towns aren’t waiting for world leaders to take charge on climate change.
Movies and TV shows are like the mirror American society looks into to understand itself. I didn’t see myself in that reflection until Aziz Ansari’s show, Master of None.
As a Syrian family seeks safety in Texas, some voice outrage against the “Islamization” of America. This Sunday, I attended church services in Dallas where I found a commitment to live out the welcoming, compassionate side of Christianity.
The internet has been buzzing about Olivia Pope’s abortion on ABC’s Scandal. But if nearly one-third of American women have an abortion by age 45, why don’t we see more female characters make the same decision?
In this YES! Short, volunteers discuss what it means to confront the privilege of others—as well as their own.