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Christmas was out, writes Judy Bolton-Fasman. The Fourth of July baffled my people, on their third exile. But Thanksgiving was based on two groups who understood nothing about one another....
Dana Harrell and his black teammates didn't just see racial injustice. They lived it. And they wanted to do something about it.
NPR's Chris Benderev reports Cassidy was best known for his acting role and musical career that spawned from the hit TV show.
For younger generations, heading home for the holidays may also mean being pressed into duty helping with familial tech queries.
"I can just touch him anytime I want," says Rosie McIntyre, whose son Lamonte had been serving two life sentences for double homicide.
After the FDA insisted Nashoba remove the ingredient "love" from the granola's label, therapist Jean Fain wanted to find the recipe. Instead, she found a story about a baker who...
The Ahmed family came here in January. They celebrated Thanksgiving early with volunteers who've helped them acclimate to American life.
There were dark times in her life, but Fannie Glick always looked for the light.
Youth Radio asked three teens how adults misbehave at their tables, and how they cope.
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe is reclaiming its language, teaching young and old members alike a language that had no living native speakers.
Julie Lindahl felt burdened by an indescribable guilt, a feeling she could never understand.
We speak with Boston-based author and activist Jaclyn Friedman about whether this a pivotal moment for sexual culture in America.
When you think back to your grade-school history lessons, what do you remember about the story of Thanksgiving?
Simon Moya-Smith, a journalist and activist from the Oglala Lakota Nation, joins Here & Now's Robin Young to make his case for moving the holiday.
The film tells the story of Auggie, a little boy with a rare craniofacial condition who's attending school for the first time after years of home schooling.
We are different people in different languages. So if your kids are bilingual, you might be missing out.
The Museum of the Bible is just two blocks from the National Mall. But it's unlike any of the other history, art or science museums in the area.
The novel by Khaled Hosseini follows the lives of women through multiple generations in Afghanistan. The story is now an opera.
We continue our conversation with Erica Komisar, a psychoanalyst and parent guidance expert, about why she says mothers are biologically necessary for a child's development in the first three years...
Aly Raisman is a two-time Olympic gymnast and six-time medalist.