Psychology & Sociology

A Ride Home from Prison
I don't have any time to waste on jail anymore ~ Stanley Bailey, newly-released former inmate Carlos Cervantes, a former inmate,
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I Am Not Your Negro
The question you have to ask yourself, White America needs to ask itself: Why was it necessary to have a
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Love your children well
For the past few years, I've been struck by intermittent doubts about whether we're raising our children "right." Our house is
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The Sham of Best and Highest Use
This triplet of houses in Québec City defies the modern logic of "highest and best use" and its inherent rule
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Capital Building: A View from Washington - Part 3
Click here for Capital Building: A View from Washington - Part 1 Click here for Capital Building: A View from
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don't be like this idiot
On the gravel shoulder of the road sits an abandoned clothes dryer wrapped in official-looking crime scene tape bearing the
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Hello This is The New York Times Calling
It's not every day that The New York Times calls one for an interview. But I arrived home recently to
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For the two years I attended trade school at Algonquin College, Perth became my second home. Between classes I photographed
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Walking With Our Sisters
Over 1,181 native women and girls in Canada have been reported missing or have been murdered in the last 30
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mansion
When Eat, Pray, Love first came out and I got the big check, I bought a big house, a five-bedroom Victorian with
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