8 Supergreen Beauty Products to Nourish Your Skin and Hair

We all know that eating dark, leafy greens is good for our insides. The verdant superfoods are bountiful in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help us thrive. And just as we’re conscious of what we put into our bodies, we should be just as vigilant as what we feed our skin. Phytonutrient-rich beauty products can […]

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Born Free, Not Equal? Women’s Education in Post-Apartheid South Africa

They are the living embodiment of joy. In Soweto, a township in Johannesburg, South Africa, a group of animated young girls warmly receives visitors. The girls greet guests with jovial smiles and open hands. Once these ambassadors have each selected a friend from the visiting group, they lead a tour. This tour is unique because […]

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Is Congress Obsessed With Cannabis?

Cannabis—marijuana, hemp and cannabidiol (CBD)—is poised for major legislative action during the 116th Congress. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are creating cannabis-friendly policies that could stimulate the economy and decriminalize various forms of the drug. According to the Pew Research Center, about six in 10 Americans support the legalization of marijuana use. Along […]

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Juneteenth: Explaining an Unsung Holiday

“Juneteenth” is a portmanteau of June and nineteen and a parlance of Black American structure. The moniker hails the date June 19, 1865, the day that enslaved Black people in Texas got the news that the slavery was abolished. Here’s the rub, slaves in America were legally freed on enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation on […]

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