How much do you think about your future self? If your answer is not much, you’re not alone. It can be difficult to plan for a version of yourself you haven’t met yet, says psychologist Meg Jay.
Reclaiming what it means to be a troublemaker, author Luvvie Ajayi Jones shares three questions to ask yourself when tackling fear and standing up for what you believe in — and urges all of us to speak up in ways that honor ourselves and others.
We will get out of this pandemic, says Maria Van Kerkhove, the COVID-19 Technical Lead of the World Health Organization (WHO). The question is how fast — and if we’ll take what we’ve learned from the past two years and apply it to the next emerging pathogen.
Inspired by the rising movement against racism in the US, WNBA champion Renee Montgomery made an unexpected decision: she opted out of her dream job.
If the 2020 US presidential election is close, the race could drag on in the courts and halls of Congress long after ballots are cast, says lawyer and political commentator Van Jones.
Why has there been so little mention of saving Black lives from the climate emergency? For too long, racial justice efforts have been distinguished from climate justice work, says David Lammy, Member of Parliament for Tottenham, England.
We need to think beyond national borders to solve global problems, says activist Colombe Cahen-Salvador.
On any given night in America, half a million people are homeless. A quarter of them are in California. A startling 55,000 in Los Angeles alone.
In this Sunday Night story, we explore the impact of Chicago’s gun violence epidemic by profiling the Orr Academy High School boys basketball team on the city’s west side.
In Philadelphia– where fewer than half of black males pursue higher education– Boys’ Latin Charter School sends more than 90% of its majority black graduates to college.