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In Part 1, we’re introduced to Ken and Dora Stover and how they first met. In this part, we learn about the challenges a biracial couple faces.
In this two-part series, we meed Ken and Dora Stover, who met and fell in love because Ken got on the wrong troop ship.
The winter months bring a blend of gifts and challenges, shaping the intricate tapestry of our emotional landscapes in ways that warrant attention and understanding.
Hair has been a staple part of African expression for centuries.
A new film called “The Master Chief” delves into the so-called “Filipino Mafia” and how they support each other while serving in the U.S. Navy.
Culture shock has a honeymoon phase at its beginning. Shannon Irby, a former Military B.R.A.T. and current postgraduate student living in Ireland, was reminded of this while scrolling through Instagram one day.
Black, disabled, nonbinary author, poet, journalist, professor and Third Culture Adult Shayla Lawson has released a new must-read text: “How to Live Free in a Dangerous World: A Decolonial Memoir.”