Whether children have siblings is much less important to how they develop than their families' financial and emotional resources.
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The Empathy Across the USA program connects diverse classrooms to help students build understanding and take action on local issues.
Racism harms children's physical health, which means that it's an important topic for doctors to bring up with families.
A new study suggests that even when discrimination and fear of “the other” is rampant, contact between diverse groups can still reduce prejudice.
This month, spread goodwill and kindness.
Latino patients can get better mental health care if our beliefs, practices, identity, and cultural background are at the core of treatment.
Greater Good picks our favorite books to help parents and their kids be courageous, resilient, and trustworthy.
During a time of deep division, universities have a unique opportunity to prioritize deliberation and freedom of thought.