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5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Be a Better BIPOC Ally

Sometimes, doing the work means looking at yourself and your actions first.

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NBA Creates Annual Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Award

The new annual honor that will recognize a current NBA player for pursuing social justice efforts.

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Remembering Roberto Clemente as a Black Man Who Fought Against Racial Injustice

Nearly 50 years after his death, Clemente remains the most revered figure in Puerto Rico and a Latin American icon. He was a Hall of Fame outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates and beloved humanitarian.

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Basketball Legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Is Helping to Teach STEM Skills to Black and Latino Students

For more than a decade, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has been focused on introducing underserved students to a STEM education, which is science, technology, engineering and math.

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Lessons for White Parents Raising Black Children

Raising children to thrive in a society that judges them—sometimes harshly and, in extreme cases, fatally—because of skin color is hard regardless of your ethnicity.

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‘Taking in All the Pain of What They Witness’

Addiction, whether to drugs or other behaviors . . . is always a compensation for the sense of being devalued as a human being.

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These 60 Asian American Creatives are Designing a Better L.A.

With the recent rise of hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders during the COVID-19 pandemic, Los Angeles-based stained glass artist Janel Foo wanted to do something to help. She and many other creatives are dedicating work, time and energy to giving back.

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Walking in Two Worlds: Canada’s ‘Two-Spirit’ Doctor Guiding Trans Teenagers

Sitting on the floor of a teepee, in a circle of patients, friends and relatives, Doctor James Makokis cried as he remembered his father struggling to accept him when he came out as gay at the age of 17.

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A Child Raised by Many Mothers: What We Can Learn about Parenthood from an Indigenous Group in Brazil

The Kraho people believe a child should have more than one mother. It’s so ingrained in the culture that the Kraho children use the word “inxe” for both their biological mother and their mother’s sisters or the women their mother considers as sisters, even if they’re not related by blood.

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