What To Do If You're Sexually Harassed
Women and men can swiftly end some encounters -- and know how to proceed in others -- if they understand what motivates abusers and consider, ahead of time, how they could respond, writes Susan E. Reed.
Lessons For An Anxious Time: Parching Despair Before It Takes Root
My parents and their siblings knew something I haven’t yet grasped, writes Julie Wittes Schlack. Somehow they mastered the feeling of helplessness that is so new to me, and so corrosive.
What's So Terrible About Kneeling During The Anthem? It Never Represented Our Country
The U.S. didn't have a national anthem until 1931, writes Barbara Mende. Then Congress adopted the "The Star-Spangled Banner": words written by a slaveowner, sung to a drinking-song tune.
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