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Learn Black History: Tips for Parents

Although each February gives us a chance to be intentional with our actions in learning about Black History, we shouldn't stop there. We should...

Target Is Celebrating Black History Month–And My Multiracial Family Is Thrilled

I’m one of those moms who buys almost every single essential household item from Target. From baby wipes, to ice cream, to melatonin,...

Why Aesha Ash is Wandering Around Inner City Rochester in a Tutu

Growing up in inner city Rochester, NY, Aesha Ash was just one of the neighborhood kids. She'd imagine people driving by, judging her...

Stunning portraits spotlight world’s most endangered indigenous tribes

A stunning series of portraits captures the raw, natural beauty of some of the world’s most endangered indigenous peoples.British photographer Jimmy Nelson,...

Student self-publishes children’s book to broaden Asian American representation

Children’s books have told stories with heartwarming lessons for decades, but many have failed to include minorities.In 2018, 77% of characters...

LeVar Burton releases YouTube video series on what it’s like to be Black in America

LeVar Burton is trying to educate the masses about the daily racism and microaggressions that affect Black Americans through a...

For Many Black Families, New Year’s Greens and Black-Eyed Peas Fill the Belly and the Soul

New Year is a time of joy for most as it sentimentally presents an opportunity to start a new chapter free...

Don’t Yuck My Yum: Kids Books That Dismantle Orientalism & Food Shaming

Referring to Asian food as ‘ethnic’ centers whiteness as the normActually – stop calling all of our stuff – particularly us...

Philly artist with autism whose work sells for $25,000 has a Center City show. A year ago, he was unknown.

For years, Lonnie Smith would gather the artwork made by his son, Kambel, and set up small shows...

Paper Genocide: The Erasure of Native People in Census Counts

The Trump administration’s fear-mongering tactics against immigrant communities surrounding the 2020 census may have been shocking to some, but...
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Student homeless shelter changes protocol amid Covid-19

With COVID-19 rocking the student community and Los Angeles at-large, the student leaders at Trojan Shelter have adjusted their operations to fit the current...

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month underscores need for research funding

In 2015, 8-year-old Ty Murray’s hips were uneven. It hurt for him to walk and his left leg was slow growing. Ty was not...

News of the day: Judge rules 2020 census will continue through October

Late Thursday, Northern California U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh issued a preliminary injunction that pushes the 2020 census deadline to October 31.  The decision comes...

Culturas Corner: Meet Ankita & Gayatri Bansal

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we learn about THERE!, a...

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