A social contract is an implied agreement among the people of a society about the rules that define their government. The author of this piece believes it’s time to establish new social contracts to replace systems that aren’t working well anymore.
|Read about how Mexican-American Cesar Chavez forever changed the history of American Labor rights. He succeeded in bettering the lives of farm workers nationwide through his nonviolent efforts.|
|Discover the impact and significance of the Netherlands’ first national Holocaust monument.|
|Read this article to learn how 19-year-old Zara Rutherford plans to make aviation history.|
|This ground-breaking program gives thousands of young black professionals an opportunity to intern for elite companies around the world.|
Online shopping can be a convenience. Yet the ease of buying online might also contribute to hoarding disorder and overspending. Review the research in this article to find out more.
Read about recent interpretations of and challenges to the pivotal Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Asian American actors feel like they’re finally getting the representation they deserve.
|Castle Garden, originally a Revolutionary Era fort, was repurposed into an amusement park for fashionable New Yorkers in the late 1800s. Then it became the nation’s first immigrant welcome center. Read this short feature to discover how.|
Read about the importance of racially inclusive casting in the world of Shakespearian theatre.
Read about how smart phones and social media impact the social lives of teens.
Learn about women’s outstanding achievements in Olympic games past and present.
Researchers have discovered that COVID-19 fears tend to be split along gender binary lines.
|Wealthy Americans of the Gilded Age often indulged in extravagance—even when hosting dinner parties. This short article features important dinner etiquette for hosts and guests, and even includes a menu.|
Watch the video to learn more about the positive effects greenscapes have had in New York City.
Happy the elephant is in the middle of a monumental court case with far-reaching consequences.
In this interview, a sociologist explains how competition among consumers—not necessarily the providers of goods and services—is what drives spending.
A sociologist shares the results and repercussions of an in-depth data analysis.
Hispanic Heritage month begins September 15th. Peruse the list of videos featuring Hispanic history, culture, music, and more!
How has COVID-19 affected our connections with one other? What other questions should we be asking about how society should move forward from the pandemic? Click this link to read what a diverse group of experts think.