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By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport, Alison Thoet
Filmed before the Georgia shootings, writer Te-Ping Chen shares with us her "Humble Opinion" that people with ethnic names must embrace them instead of shying away. Chen, who says she was given a "boy's name" at birth, looks back on…
After a bruising election, one President Donald Trump has so far refused to concede, Americans are left trying to repair divides that are deeper and more personal than ever. In this episode, PBS NewsHour correspondent William Brangham speaks to a…
By William Brangham, Sam Lane, Mike Fritz, Vika Aronson, Erica R. Hendry, Emily Carpeaux
Naomi De La Rosa was nine when her mother was deported from the U.S., after authorities learned she had entered the country illegally a decade earlier. Though she was thrust into a caregiver role for her younger brother and eventually…
Writer Carmen Maria Machado wasn't totally surprised when her parents informed her, 31 years into their marriage, that they were planning to divorce. But the news did produce a wave of anxiety over her own upcoming wedding. She shares how…
By PBS NewsHour
By Corinne Segal
The report measured poverty among students by the number of those that qualified for free and reduced lunch.
By Ruth Tam
According to a new Pew Research Center study, If you see a friend post something stressful about their life online, it can, in turn, make you stressed.
By Wendy Thomas Russell
For the first five years of my daughter’s life, I was frequently told that I should consider having more children. I was still in my early 30s, after all, and had no fertility issues holding me back. “Don’t you at…
The holiday season is a time of joy, love and the occasional family brawl over politics. Steven Petrow of The Washington Post joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss how to make it through the big family dinner while staying on speaking…
By Laura Santhanam
More than one-quarter of married people in the United States lived in households that were religiously mixed. During the holidays, these interfaith families often either practice religious traditions according to their heritage or adopt more secular holiday observances.
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