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Don’t Call Me Bitch. Italians Move to Change Synonyms to the Word Woman

Public figures from writers to lawmakers have launched a campaign ahead of International Women’s ...

A worker seen in a coffee farm during operation to identify slave workers in Minas Gerais state. REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Slave Workers Rescued in Brazil Were as Young as Nine

A large Brazilian tobacco exporter has been charged with using slave labor in the ...

The pandemic blew up some carefully constructed 'polycules.' Bilyana Stoyanovska/EyeEm via Getty Images

It Isn’t Easy Being a Polyamorous in These Times of Pandemic

A few years ago I started conducting interviews with over 100 people about their ...

Cemetery workers are forced to don protective clothing during a funeral service in the state of Manaus

Enough with the Fussiness, Stop the “Mimimi”, Blurts Out Brazilian President Faced with Covid

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro said that people needed to “stop whining” about COVID-19 in ...

A Step by Step Process on Cleaning Vinyl Records

Vinyl records are the symbol of nostalgia in which analog audio recordings are pressed ...

Trumpeting the past? The Bible has conflicting narratives over the conquest of Canaan. Wikimedia Commons

The Bible As a Model to Tell America’s History: Warts and All

At a time when Americans are seemingly as polarized as ever over the present, ...

Find Emergency Kits Online

Every other day, hundreds and thousands of people get stuck in emergencies without food, ...

At first glance, the Cerrado looks barren. But the savanna boasts important aquifers and provides major carbon storage. Andressa Zumpano / Action Aid.

Only Now the World Is Starting to Learn How Vital Is Brazil’s Cerrado to Our Planet

On May 6, 2015, the Brazilian government officially recognized a special economic region, one ...

A mural showing Bolsonaro holding a sign that says: 'It's just a minor cold' | Cris Faga/NurPhoto/PA Images

Brazil’s President Says Military Is Above Constitution and Threatens a Coup

Throughout the pandemic, Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, downplayed the threat posed by Covid-19. In ...