|Until the age of seven, comedian Samantha Irby had not realized that “she wasn’t white.” Her love affair with examining the oddities of white people has continued ever since.||
An unusually high number of Marine families reported unexplained illnesses at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
||Where does consciousness exist, and what is the reality of our soul if we question the basis of personal identity?||Learn how to reverse the symptoms from autoimmune diseases and heal your body with functional medicine.
|Employing the ancient Chinese art of wu-wei is now being touted by modern science as a way to enrich life.||Acclaimed author Susan Orlean explains her many reasons for being a writer.||With traditions drawing from their ancestral past, Pagans welcome the season of Yule with wassail, pine trees, and various other festivities.||With no solution in sight to America’s overflowing landfills, there is no better time than now to try zero-waste living.|
|While criticizing U.S. capitalism remains taboo, Richard Wolff and David Barsamian discuss this failing economic system.||How cancer treatment and related medical costs form the backbone of a thriving industry, and a look at the true cost of finding a cure.||While burning biochar is less harmful than burning firewood, the fuel source would have a negative impact if produced on a large scale.||Learn about the successes and failures of Cesar Chavez, the United Farm Workers Union and the grape boycott.|
|The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have a long and complicated history that must be told in order to better understand the sacrifices of our volunteer army.||Art therapy takes one woman from depression to wellness.||Pursue happiness through simplicity and radically change your life for the better.||Learn about the historical problems of megacities and how their presence today could negatively affect the future of our world.|
|Why we can’t stop environmental degradation, even though we want to.||By learning how to teach with art, the Visual Thinking Strategies curriculum, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, began.||Is it possible to predict what the world will look like in 2052? Jorgen Randers thinks so, and his global forecast may surprise you.||After breaking away from monarchy, convention delegates faced theoretical indecision on the creation of a single American ruler. Who would speak first?|
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