This Kenyan Global Nomad wants you to know how dismissal feels. 4 MINUTE READ Koya Nyangi Photo Credit: Amanda Brooks…
Reasons why the border crisis has escalated to a mass exodus from the Northern Triangle/ Central America, and ways the U.S. is part of the problem and the solution.
On May 6, screenwriter Scott Meyers tweeted an article from “The Hollywood Reporter,” entitled “Was Sundance the ‘First Petri Dish’ of Coronavirus in the States?” A few days after attending Sundance Film Festival this year, I woke up one morning thinking I was having a heart attack. Massive pain in my chest. Hard to breathe. Went to the emergency room. Not heart related, something with my lungs. Maybe coronavirus?
Interview with Colton Nelson and Sara Bianchini in Treviso, Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic credit: Antoinette Toscano
Many within our cross-cultural, intersectional community rely on skills to keep ourselves grounded among chaos. Yet, who would have expected…
The USWNT began preparing for a lawsuit against the USSF in hopes of reducing the gender discrimination that is evident in the sports industry.
After decades of demands for democratic reform, the recent Hong Kong protests have created a citywide chaos in an attempt to make the cause a known worldwide issue. Their cause has the potential to impact the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the International Federation of Association (FIFA) in the near future.
Using word choice that is anti-inflammatory and story angles that show different sides of traditional news articles, peace journalists strive to shed light on things that emit more positivity.
Throughout history, women have struggled to gain basic human rights. Here, we honor six of these global leaders from past and present.
Today, as we observe the tensest interactions between the United States and its allies in years and as globalization takes root deeper in the world, interacting with people from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds has become more common for most, especially for Americans. Considering U.S. history and policies over the past 250 years, we see a vacillation of how other cultures have been met by Americans.