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From the editors at The Conversation, an independent news organization based in Boston that publishes articles written by academic experts and edited by a team of journalists.
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Broken US-Indigenous treaties: A timeline

Stacker compiled a list of 15 broken U.S.-Indigenous treaties negotiated between 1778 and 1868 using news, archival documents, and historical reports.

A timeline of the Vietnam War

Using a variety of news and government sources, Stacker compiled a detailed timeline of the Vietnam War.

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7 nurses of color who made history

Incredible Health features seven nurses of color who made history, drawing on information from various sources.

10 groundbreaking Filipino Americans in US history

Stacker combed the web and found 10 Filipino Americans who have made significant contributions and accomplishments in U.S. history.
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Here's how to support transgender youth, according to trans teens
Using resources from The Trevor Project and interviews with trans teens, Stacker explored how adults can best support trans children in their lives.
New vehicle costs are tempering but remain high relative to income
The General used data from Cox Automotive and Moody's Analytics to examine new vehicle affordability over the last decade for American consumers.
How sacred images in many Asian cultures incorporate divine presence and make them come 'alive'
A gilded statue of the Buddha at Wat Phanan Choeng Temple in Thailand. Kittipong Chararoj/ iStock via Getty Images Plus Walking into a favorite restaurant here in Knoxville, Tennessee, I was …
Science is a human right − and its future is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Dec. 10 marks the anniversary of the 1948 signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights , adopted by the United Nations in the aftermath of the Holocaust. Though contested, imperfect and …
These are the people most likely to be burdened by medical debt in the US
Care Better analyzed data from the Kaiser Family Foundation to visualize which groups of Americans are most likely to hold medical debt.
Texas is suing Planned Parenthood for $1.8B over $10M in allegedly fraudulent services it rendered – a health care economist explains what's going on
Texas authorities have long sought to kick Planned Parenthood out of the state. AP Photo/Eric Gay Planned Parenthood no longer provides abortions in Texas, Louisiana and the other 10 states that have …
With the end of the Hollywood writers and actors strikes, the creator economy is the next frontier for organized labor
YouTuber Matthew Smith, who posts under the name DangMattSmith, takes a selfie with fans at VidCon Anaheim in June 2023. Unique Nicole/Getty Images Hollywood writers and actors recently proved that …
COP28: 7 food and agriculture innovations needed to protect the climate and feed a rapidly growing world
Managing methane from belching cattle is a top innovation priority. Lance Cheung/USDA For the first time ever, food and agriculture took center stage at the annual United Nations climate conference …
The promise of Suboxone depends on erasing stigma in opioid use disorder treatment
Ophelia analyzed data and studies from the National Institutes of Health to break down the stigmatization of medication-assisted treatment.
5 popular retirement activities—and the best cities for each
CheapInsurance.com identified five popular retirement activities and cities with the greatest public access, citing Trust for Public Land data.
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