Only 48 percent of Americans between 13 and 20 years old identify as exclusively heterosexual, according to a new report. That means more than half of teenagers today identify as somewhere on the LGBTQ spectrum.
This year’s Oscar for best picture went to “Spotlight,” a film that was so controversial it had trouble getting the green light to be produced.
The film tells the true story of a team of investigative journalists from Boston who in 2002 exposed the Catholic Archdiocese’s cover-up of hundreds of cases of child molestation.
New research by the University of Pittsburgh shows a strong connection between social media use, irregular sleep patterns and depression. The study, which focused on the sleeping and social media habits of almost 1,800 adults between the ages of 19 and 32, found that the more people use social media, the bigger the chance they’ll have significant sleep disruption.
A new exhibit at the Richmond Museum of History offers a glimpse of the party’s role in the city. The exhibit, “Richmond and the Legacy of the Black Panther Party,” features dozens of photographs and newspaper clippings. Museum visitors will learn about The Black Panther newspaper, which featured an investigation into Dowell’s killing in its first edition. The exhibit coincides with the 50th anniversary of the founding for the Black Panther Party.
Bilingualism in the United States, however, is a perplexing proposition. At best, it is often incorrectly correlated with English as a Second Language (ESL), an educational identification to assist beginners or new immigrants, and a support service available in many school districts. At worst, speaking other languages, besides English, is regarded suspiciously as perpetual foreignness, represented in heavily-accented caricatures.