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Gratitude, Simplicity, and Service—3 Community-Centered Values for Addressing Climate Change

By Andreas Karelas | Based on the latest findings of positive psychology research, I suggest that, in order to address climate change, we need to cultivate different values—values that place a greater

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activism Science and Medicine Environment and Conservation Andreas Karelas Climate Courage

Will Biden’s Central American Plan Slow Migration (or Speed It Up)?

By Aviva Chomsky | Joe Biden entered the White House with some inspiring yet contradictory positions on immigration and Central America. He promised to reverse Donald Trump’s draconian anti-immigrant

2 days ago

History activism American Society Politics and Current Events Aviva Chomsky Central America’s Forgotten History

#StopAsianHate: Resources in Dismantling Systems of Hate

Beacon Press supports our authors, the Asian and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, and all those fighting against American xenophobia and hatred. This violence is not new. It has a long

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American Society white fragility Now More Than Ever Race and Ethnicity in America Bullets into Bells Considering Hate Invisible No More How to Be Less Stupid About Race Christian Coleman Water Tossing Boulders Proud Boys and the White Ethnostate The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls Defund Fear

Coming of Age and Living Authentically on the Autism Spectrum — Part 2

A Q&A with Sharon daVanport | AWN finds our history deeply rooted in the need to find community and shared-lived experiences. At the time AWN entered the autism community, the narrative centered mostl

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Disability activism American Society Sincerely, Your Autistic Child Sharon daVanport

Indigenous Peoples’ History of the US Forms Part of Raoul Peck’s HBO Docuseries

A Q&A with Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz | It was the first time a filmmaker showed interest in the book. I never imagined that any filmmaker, even if they loved reading the book, would be interested in using

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History American Society Now More Than Ever Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States Christian Coleman