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Diversity, Tolerance And Success In The Global Economy

Last week, New York Times reporter Andy Newman published an excellent piece on the revival of the neighborhood surrounding

Princess Nokia Reveals She Threw Soup On Racist Subway Rider In Viral Video

"I will do anything to defend the honor of my brothers and sisters #blacklivesmatter," the Harlem rapper tweeted.

Small Wonder: Messages From A War Zone

8 year old Bana al-Abed, who fled Aleppo with the help of Twitter, visits NYC

MacArthur Foundation Announces Its 2017 Class Of 'Geniuses'

Author Jesmyn Ward, reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones and artist Trevor Paglen number are among this year's group of 24 MacArthur Fellows.

Celebrate Adopt A Shelter Dog Month By Finding Your Fido

Although substantial progress has been made to increase animal adoption across the country, there are approximately 3.3 million

Showing ‘Credible Fear’ Is A Hurdle In Avoiding Deportation

We are often the last line of defense for immigrants who have failed multiple times to convince Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers that they have a “credible fear of persecution or torture.”

Dear New Mom: Please Ignore The Inevitable Judgment From People Who Are Trying to Be ‘Helpful’

Dear New Mom, If you are anything like me, you walked out of the hospital with your newborn child and wondered why trained

Two Queens On What It's Like To Live And Breathe Drag In Wisconsin And New York

Stephanie Stone and Toyota Corona talk queer culture in two very different parts of America.

'Mary Jane' Director Anne Kauffman Talks Darkness And Light In Life And Art

If you’re lucky enough to get tickets to Mary Jane, a heartbreaking comedy by Amy Herzog now playing at New York Theatre

Liz Cheng Talks “Stories From The Stage” WORLD Channel Premiere (AUDIO)

This week I talked with Liz Cheng, Co-Executive Producer of the new TV series Stories From The Stage that premieres on the

The Unstoppable Rise Of Jesse Watters, 'Golden Boy' Of Trump's Favorite Network

A year ago, the Bill O'Reilly protege released his breathtakingly racist "Chinatown" segment. He's only gotten bigger since then.

Ending Violence Against Women Starts With Whom We Choose To Lead Us

By Jennifer Becker We’ve heard the numbers—more than 1 in 3 women have been raped, physically assaulted or stalked by an

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