In, but Out: In this series, we will discuss the idea of being part of a particular community (African Americans, Female, Disability, Latinos, Christians, LGBT, and any other self-identifying group), but still feel like an outsider. There is an assumption that

Social media: it's the not-so-new technology that has shaped and ingrained itself in nearly every industry in the world. It's a force that can give one a competitive edge in a job interview (having a certain desirable number of followers

Editor's Note: This post was previously published in The (Mis-)Adventures of Kittu Pannu.  Dear President-elect Donald J. Trump, You’ve done the unthinkable. You’ve convinced a little more than half of the country that you’re the right man for the highest office of

How has the International community responded, what are possible solutions, and how does this affect reproductive and women's rights in Brazil? In part 1, we covered the basic tenets of Zika, its history, modes of transmission, and the forms of testing and treatment

Zika's exponential spread has much of the Americas panicking about how to handle this new epidemic. Countries from Brazil to the US have responded in many ways, but some of these responses have resulted in human rights violations. Zika may just

Stigma-inducing discrimination caused by Republican-frontrunner Donald Trump creates mental health disparities amongst minority Americans. People vying to be our leaders should be embracing and promoting diversity Studies have shown that politically conservative people tend to harbor the most negative views of Islam

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