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Living With Water

Some people leave flood prone areas. Others buy kayaks. And: Reflecting on the 1980 Mariel boatlift.

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Taking Care of Moms

As of January 2024, twelve states, including Virginia and Washington DC, have implemented Medicaid coverage for doula care.

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United We Stand: In Our Words

Teenagers have long turned to books for a guide on how to live, but for kids of immigrant parents, those guides can be particularly important.

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United We Stand: The People’s Tongue

Who decides what makes a language? In the United States, the people decide our language.

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In the Wake of Sea Level Rise

Sea level rise is making tsunamis more destructive and endangering white cedar trees.

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Digging In

When we dig underground, we get a chance to dig deeper into history. From Spanish conquistadors to bird bone flutes, today we’re channeling our inner Indiana Jones for an archeological adventure.

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REPLAY: The Pets We Love

In the earlier stages of the pandemic, when many people were still staying as close to home as possible, nearly 1 in 5 American households adopted a pet. Today we’re talking furry friends, and also some not-so-furry friends (6 foot lizard anyone?).

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Dragons and Creatives

There are dragons and creatives in every workplace.

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The Age of AI

As we enter into the age of AI, where do the humanities fit in?

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REPLAY: Women on Screen

Movies and television tell stories about who we are and who we get to be.

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Recovery

The psychedelic renaissance to treat addiction and more.

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Underground and Taboo

In the 1990s, a group of Black mothers known as The Circle formed an underground gambling ring in Danville, Virginia.

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