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vol. 10, issue 12 - September, 2017
Interracial Marriage in "Post-Racial" America
UPDATE: This article was updated on July 13, 2017
vol. 10, issue 8 - May, 2017
vol. 10, issue 6 - March, 2017
What's All Happening at the Zoo?
UPDATE: This article was updated on January 3, 2017
vol. 9, issue 12 - September, 2016
vol. 9, issue 11 - August, 2016
vol. 8, issue 12 - September, 2015
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vol. 8, issue 3 - December, 2014
vol. 7, issue 11 - August, 2014
vol. 7, issue 8 - May, 2014
vol. 7, issue 2 - November, 2013
vol. 6, issue 5 - February, 2013
Planned Parenthood supporters demonstrate in Columbus, Ohio, 2012.
vol. 6, issue 2 - November, 2012
Canada's Athabasca Glacier.
vol. 5, issue 8 - May, 2012
In the last fifty years, global agricultural practices have favored growing ever fewer varieties of high-yielding crops, leading to fears that the loss of genetic diversity in food leaves the growing human population exposed to risks of food shortages from disease, pests, and climate change.
vol. 5, issue 4 - January, 2012
Protesters demonstrate against nuclear power and a storage facility at Rokkasho following the March 2011 disaster at Japan's Fukushima I power plant, the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl (1986).
vol. 4, issue 9 - June, 2011
A young man stays connected on his cell phone as he strolls by a store advertising the Beatles' music on Apple's online store.
vol. 4, issue 4 - January, 2011
Jaycee Dugard was found in August, 2009 18 years after her abduction. While most child abductions by strangers do not end so well, historian Paula Fass points out that stranger abductions comprise only a small percentage of child kidnapping cases even though they receive the lion's share of media attention. Fear over stranger abductions has grown in the United States since the 19th century, and often results more from general fears about society than the actual safety of individual children.
vol. 3, issue 4 - January, 2010
Two Afghan women dressed in bright blue burqas. Today the burqa stands as a symbol of the status of women in Afghanistan, but for much of the twentieth century the history of women in this war-torn country led also toward greater rights and public presence.
vol. 2, issue 12 - September, 2009
The Wilds' former home in Detroit, MI.
vol. 2, issue 8 - May, 2009
A protester in New York City after the recent passage of Proposition 8 in California, limiting the marriage rights of same-sex couples in that state.
vol. 2, issue 7 - April, 2009
The Newborn Monument in Kosovo.
vol. 2, issue 6 - March, 2009
Juche Tower in Pyongyang, North Korea.
vol. 2, issue 3 - December, 2008
'Taiwan is My Country' Sticker.
vol. 1, issue 9 - June, 2008
The Kenya flag.
vol. 1, issue 7 - April, 2008
Flags at Hague Convention
vol. 1, issue 4 - January, 2008

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