Addressing domestic violence solely through the criminal justice system often doesn’t fix the problem or promote healing, and may actually cause additional harm. More holistic, trauma-informed approaches can give people a chance to process the deeper reasons for their behavior and allow them an opportunity to change.
When it is difficult to see the truth, speaking it becomes even more essential, writes adrienne maree brown.
Studies show that parents are generally less happy than their childless peers—and lack of government support is largely to blame.
Six essential things to know about the month of Ramadan, from a religious studies expert.
Black women like Jada Pinkett Smith and Representative Ayanna Pressley are coming forward to shed light on a little known hair loss condition that disproportionately affects Black women.
This month’s puzzle will provide you with a handful of contemporary heroines to remember before they’re gone.
Each spring, millions of Indians and Hindus celebrate Holi. But as Western forces try to capitalize on the colorful tradition, there are ways to enjoy it without engaging in cultural appropriation.
Given the escalation of this problem during the pandemic, it’s time to fund more effective responses to domestic violence that truly make our families and communities safer.
Black history is American history. Put your knowledge to the test with this month’s puzzle.
Understanding why many Asian Americans don’t seek mental health care—like stigma and lack of culturally appropriate resources—is essential to providing effective support.
Across the state, midwives and doulas are working to increase education and access to their services to more Black and Brown women.
January’s puzzle takes a literary theme—are you up for the challenge?