10 Everyday Examples of the Glaring Reality of White Privilege
Chances are, if you're tired of hearing about White privilege, you've probably spent a lifetime benefiting from it.
12 Ways Coronavirus Changed How We Shop Forever
It's made a difference in both what we buy and how we buy it.
Why I Will Get the Coronavirus Vaccine as Soon as It’s Available
There isn't one aspect of our lives a vaccine wouldn't help.
16 Photos of Social-Distancing Symbols from Around the World
From miniature airplanes to oversized stuffed animals, cities around the world are using various tools and symbols to make people...
As a Black Man, Here’s Why I’m Afraid to Wear My Mask
Deciding to wear a mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19—or not—puts Black people between a rock and a hard...
Can Loud Talking Spread Coronavirus?
Sneezing and coughing can spread COVID-19. But what about talking, singing, chanting, and yelling? Here's what medical experts know so...
11 Signs You May Have Already Had COVID-19
You felt lousy, you had trouble breathing—did you have COVID-19? Here's what the experts say you should look for if...
What Facebook Can Learn from Twitter About Combating Hate Speech
With a nationwide reckoning of systemic racism and a presidential election looming, Facebook and Twitter are facing pressure to address...
10 Best Face Masks for Teachers on Amazon
Keep students, faculty, and staff safe during back-to-school season with these best face masks for teachers for coronavirus protection on...
This Man Was Superfit When He Got COVID-19—And Then He Lost His Leg
After a severe COVID-19 diagnosis, a personal trainer is left in a wheelchair after having his right leg and left...
18 Positive Ways the World May Change After Coronavirus
There are some surprising silver linings to the devastation of the COVID-19 crisis.
How the Pandemic Changed My Bucket List
COVID-19 has forced practically every person around the globe to change their long- and short-term plans.
Why Not Voting Is Not an Option in the 2020 Election
Who Americans vote in and how many Americans exercise the privilege of voting will affect our well-being for a long...
17 Rarely Seen Photos of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Here is a look back at some of the moments that made up the life of this great woman, who...
My Parents Are Racist—Here’s How I Deal With It
It took me years to realize that growing up in pre-apartheid South Africa explains my parent's racism but it doesn't...
I’m a Teacher Who’s Back at School—Here’s What What’s Worrying Me the Most
Between worrying about her students' mental health, her own physical health, and lack of community support, there's a lot keeping...
13 Spots in America Where Famous Protests Took Place
Every change has to start somewhere. Each one of these places has a story to tell.
8 Children’s Nursery Rhymes That Are Actually Racist
Can a catchy little rhyme really be that problematic? Yes—and it’s one way racism was inextricably woven into American life....
Can Mosquitoes Transmit Coronavirus?
Mosquitoes can transmit many diseases but current evidence suggests that COVID-19 isn't one of them. Still, it's important to take...
Can You Leave Hand Sanitizer in a Hot Car?
Some reports suggest hand sanitizers might explode in a hot car. Here's what experts have to say.
Raising Prices During a State of Emergency: What’s Legal and What’s Not?
Concerned about price gouging during a pandemic? Find out about the definition, dangers, and laws—or lack thereof.
What It’s Like to Be a Caretaker for Someone Who Has No Idea Coronavirus Exists
Coronavirus makes life more complicated for people who are already facing difficult challenges—and those who take care of them.
8 Red Flags Voter Suppression Is Happening in Your Area—And How to Make Sure You Can Cast a Vote
Voter suppression is almost as old as America itself. Here's how to resist it in 2020.