This interesting article looks at the language we use about history — especially that of the Civil War (or should it be called War of Rebellion):
Suggestions for talking to people with disabilities and the real issues they reflect:
This commercial for Proctor and Gable give a look into the realities and fears of Black families in the United States.
Six photographers were told different information about the same man. Look at how their portraits differ.
Are you in North America? Do you know about the Native American history of the places you live, work, or call home? This website can help. The maps here (and their links) can help you learn about Native territories, treaties, and languages.
While there are some universally recognizable facial expressions, different cultures have different rules for displaying them. This article looks at why Americans smile more than people from other countries.
This is part of a series on inequality and opportunity in America, from the Guardian Newspaper.
Here is one young man’s experience of living in Senegal:
Did you see the interview with the Korea expert, from his home office, where his children come into the room? Who did you think the woman was who frantically pulled them out?