The trend to use DNA testing to find our ancestry raises concerns. Is it muddling or clarifying our understanding of race? And is it unduly emphasizing our physical make up over what MLK called “the content of our character?”
A program in Uganda resettles refugees by giving them a small plot of land under conditions which strengthen my sense of gratitude.
Remittance flow is the flow of money from migrant in a country like the US to their families, usually in a developing country. It is now above $400 billion worldwide and is slated to grow. We should remember this when we hear criticism of migrants legal or illegal.
Electronic waste is a bigger problem than we normally realize, yet there are steps we can take to reduce it.
The legacy of Charlie Gard, the UK baby who was terminally ill, may well be for us to give deeper thought to what life means for us.
One out of every none persons on the planet is either hungry or malnourished. While the UN goal to end hunger by 2030 will not be met, there is much we can do.
Increasingly airlines are focusing on the price of their stocks rather than on consumers
Anti-gangs programs may be far more effective at securing the border and preventing immigration from undocumented than a wall.
Here is a judge who ponders the consequences of his rulings on the lives of those he sentences.
Child marriage exists in the US and is legal in many states. It is also as harmful here as it is in Third World countries.