Research suggests that more economic and racial equality means more voting—and more voting means more equality.
A new book looks to the last century to understand how Americans can overcome the challenges they face today.
Children’s book author Yuyi Morales writes a gratitude letter to the librarian who had a big impact on her.
A new study suggests that social and economic justice in your country play a large role in your happiness.
Most movie theaters are closed, but many new movies are coming straight to your TV that might help you find meaning and laughter in lockdown.
This month, protect your well-being at work, at home, and in community.
Making friends isn’t necessary for solving political polarization.
Here are eight tips for organizations embarking on a diversity, equity, and inclusion process.
To greet the new year, Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton provides the best research-based tips for overcoming our differences.
Today, Starbucks is closing its stores to educate employees about racial bias. Will it work?
The backlash against protests by Colin Kaepernick and other athletes raises scientific questions about body language, power, and group dynamics.
Liberals and conservatives show different levels of empathy and desire to help others, even within their own group.
Forget the Oscars. With the Greater Goodies, we're honoring movies from the past year that exemplify forgiveness, resilience, empathy, and…
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