This song, endowed with its deep history of Black pride, speaks to the universal human condition.
Culture shock is something many people in foreign countries experience. It refers to the anxiety and feelings (of surprise, disorientation, uncertainty, confusion and so on) felt when people have to operate within a different and unknown cultural or social environment.
In the fight between talent and hard work, hard work usually wins.
A detailed timeline of how the Franks were caught, and the circumstances around their arrest.
More and more people feel as if adulthood “really” starts much later than age 18.
Some interesting things happen in our brain when we feel fear, which may explain why some of us choose to seek it.
Famously, it took Thomas Edison over one thousand attempts to successfully create the light bulb.
75 years after her arrest, investigators are still exploring how the Nazis discovered the Dutch teen and her family.
A deficit in the development of the teenage brain has been blamed for teens’ behavior in recent years, but it may be time to lay the stereotype of the wild teenage brain to rest.
These African American women fought for decades against racism within their movement and took their rightful place in history.
It’s not that unusual to be afraid of falling into a hole. But a fear of holes in general? Well, that is pretty unusual.
As schools across the United States begin the new school year amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Native people face steeper obstacles than many other Americans.
An interview with ultra marathon runner Dean Karnazes reveals 5 lessons about the value of hard work and persistence.
The Holocaust Memorial Museum seeks to digitize over 200 diaries from victims of the Holocaust to help fight growing Holocaust denial and to shed light on firsthand accounts.
Psychologists and scientists make the case that adolescence in humans actually extends until the age of 25 and discuss the implications of this idea.
This article explains who Crispus Attucks was, what he did, and why he is still remembered today as a champion and a martyr for freedom.
This video from the New York Times explains the German Krampus, and why fear is a part of their holiday tradition.
Several deaf individuals speak on what it means to be deaf, what deaf culture is, and how they wish to be perceived and treated.
There is a growing need for blue-collar workers, which is resulting an increased wages and better benefits for those willing to take the jobs.
An Instagram account was produced almost like a short film and intends to bring awareness and remembrance of the experience of Jews in the Holocaust to a younger generation.