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BREAK THE NEWS: Journalists and Mental Health

Brian Tate | April 13, 2022
BREAK THE NEWS: Journalists and Mental Health

Watch archive of livestream with ASL, above, from recording on Thursday, May 26, 6:00-7:30 p.m. EDT. Click through the YouTube for timestamps of topics in the discussion. How are journalists responding to such issues as attacks on reporters, violence and…

Indian Feminism from South Asia to NYC

Kavitha Rajagopalan | March 30, 2022
A woman wears Indian dress with fuschia scarf around torso and arm. She stands near railing with pink flowering plant and trees in background.

From South Indian feminism to community organizing in NYC from 9/11 to today, led by South Asian women. Author Kavitha Rajagopalan looks back in a Community Connections essay for THIRTEEN.

Disability: An Identity That All Can Share

December 21, 2021
A woman in jeans and red shirt lies on ground and holds camera in front of her, strap around her neck. Lying down at her side his a black lab looking in same direction. A locomotive on tracks is next to her.

Part of the human condition, disability and adaptations for it often benefit all. Author, filmmaker, and disability policy strategist Day Al-Mohamed shares a history of disability in America and reasons to celebrate.

We Celebrate This Heritage Month by Doing the Work

Marissa Gutierrez-Vicario | September 16, 2021
A woman with long dark hair and brown skin faces the camera and has a big smile.

Marissa Gutierrez-Vicario reflects on identity, activism, and intersectionality within the Latinx community during National Hispanic Heritage Month. She is the founder and executive director of ARTE.

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