Summer 2023 | The “Thirst” Issue
An Indigenous Indian tribe once embraced voluntary and assisted euthanasia in specific contexts, a cultural practice fundamentally driven by a care for the common good.
For many in the Asian American Pacific Islander community, the journey of finding home is as complicated as it is beautiful. We’ve asked five AAPI creatives to reflect on where—or if—they find a sense of home.
How Should Scientists Speak During a Crisis?
How scientists communicate in a crisis—and how the public receives that information—can be a matter of life and death, Christopher Reddy tells Sonali Kolhatkar on ”Rising Up with Sonali.”
Unionized government employees are stepping in.
The California Reparations Task Force is readying its final report, which includes suggested financial compensation, to send to the state legislature for debate and approval.
Car accidents and violent police incidents have made L.A. streets among the deadliest in the nation. One organization is advocating for solutions.
A historic drop in the child poverty rate over the past 25 years showed us exactly what to do when the pandemic hit.
An increasing amount of research shows that good health practices and outcomes can spread throughout a community, even outweighing the influence of immediate family members.
Growing interest in regenerative land practices and demand for organic food have led to consistent expansion of acres devoted to organic farming.
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