Without research on students’ experiences of adversity in school discipline, it is difficult for educators to recognize, understand and support students who are coping with adversity.
While access to travel by Black people has improved in the U.S. since the Civil Rights Act of 1964, generational trauma has left a mark on Black travelers, affecting how and why they choose to travel.
How does having a richer vocabulary of words in the neighborhood of love change how we understand it?
Restorative mapping is an important part of the Living Black Atlas: It helps bring visibility to Black experiences that have been marginalized or forgotten.
An animal’s ability to be instructed stems from the nature of their mental life.
There are figures in Chinese mythology who are worshiped for good luck in love and marriage.
It seems that even in the absence of public trust and agreement, people can share experiences.
Research shows social media can overload our brains and make us buy products we don’t need or want.
Several stories of Buddhahood depict transformations between male and female bodies.
Science has shown that people can adopt strategies to feel happier.
Refugees in Central and East Africa have watched their food rations be cut to unsustainably low levels.
The experiment of American democracy will never be finished so long as the promise of equality and liberty for all remains anywhere unfulfilled.