Learning from other languages and cultures of gratitude, perhaps Americans can make “thank you” less casual and more heartfelt.
A new film follows food activists seeking to restore salmon, buffalo, and the nourishing legacy of Native cultures.
An epidemiologist shares her family’s plan for safer holiday gatherings during the pandemic.
For years, when I would go home for Christmas, I would have the exact same conversation with my grandmother. “Have you lost weight?” she would ask, jubilantly. I almost never
Edgar Villanueva and Hilary Giovale share an ancestral bond that is far from unique, but one that is rarely acknowledged. Edgar is a member of the Lumbee Tribe of North
The point isn’t to win. It’s to ignite understanding.
I learned that there’s no better way to cultivate gratitude than through food.
In Santa Fe, New Mexico, the move to decolonize the annual Entrada celebration shows how complex identity and culture are.