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Going Beyond Resonance: How Social Change Advocates Can Craft Messages That Work

June 16, 2017   |   Nat Kendall-Taylor

The Power of Fact in a ‘Post-Truth’ World

April 4, 2017   |   frank

frank Finds: After Orlando

June 23, 2016   |   frank
CultureEnvironmentHuman RightsIncome disparity and poverty
No Repeated Mistakes:

How To Avoid Another Crisis Like Flint

March 11, 2016   |   Fast Company
Child DevelopmentCultureRacial Equality
Are We Actually Colorblind?

How Perceptions About Opportunity Vary by Race

March 11, 2016   |   The Atlantic
CultureGender EqualityHuman Rights
All the Single Ladies:

The World-Changing Power of Single Women

March 10, 2016   |   Pacific Standard
CultureIncome disparity and povertyPolitics
Michigan Needs A Leader:

Why Michigan Voters Are Hungry for Change

March 9, 2016   |   The Atlantic
ArtsCultureInternational DevelopmentPolitics
"Ten Years":


March 8, 2016   |   The Economist
Intros, Extras, and Ambis:

Forget Introverts Versus Extroverts, Ambiverts Might Have An Edge In Business

March 1, 2016   |   Fast Company
Child DevelopmentCultureLGBT
Acceptance is Key:

The Trans Kids Are All Right

March 1, 2016   |   Pacific Standard
Suspense in Reading:

Stanford Literary Lab uses digital humanities to study why we feel suspense

March 1, 2016   |   Stanford University
Grades vs. Innovation:

Straight A students may not be the best innovators

February 22, 2016   |   The Conversation