Using Virtual Reality to Teach Empathy
Walking a mile in someone else’s shoes is more than just a phrase for people working at the intersection of psychology and technology.
How to Really Divest From R. Kelly—and Other Disgraced Celebrity Favorites
Withdrawing support, both intentional and inadvertent, from harmful entertainers begins with knowing how they make their money.
Our Ladies of Perpetual Activism: Nuns for Social Justice
These spirited sisters act to change the world in specific ways.
How Funding Black Businesses Can Help Bridge the Racial Wealth Gap
The Runway Project is making entrepreneurship more accessible to Black communities.
Outdoor Recreation Isn’t Just for Privileged White Folks Anymore
These organizations help kids of all economic, racial, and ethnic backgrounds benefit from adventures in nature.
The Power of Sharing Stories
A growing body of evidence points to the mental health benefits of oral storytelling.
Civil Rights Tours Draw in New Generations
The current political landscape is inspiring more people from the U.S. and abroad to visit the sites where the civil rights movement made history.
U.S. Cities Issue IDs to Protect Undocumented Immigrants
A growing number of communities have implemented municipal identification programs, and not just in politically progressive areas.