Although American doctors are revered for their life-saving practices, it often goes unnoticed that they, too, make medical errors. Sometimes, these are physical errors, although others are shrouded in implicit bias. Implicit bias fills the hospital halls and disproportionately affects ...

TikTok and vlogs are widely popular among youth in China. In late January this year, the popularity of these mediums merged with commentary on social issues when a blogger uploaded a video of a chained woman in a small village ...

LOS ANGELES — Mary Johnson, an indigenous woman from Washington, went missing in November of 2020, yet Seattle FBI only recently offered a reward for information about her disappearance, almost a year after her being reported missing. Gerry Davis, Johnson’s ...

LOS ANGELES — Currently making its way through Congress, the annual defense bill proposes the inclusion of women in the national military draft. The compulsory military draft ended after the Vietnam war in 1973 due to much controversy and public ...

LOS ANGELES — As the Taliban closes in on women’s rights following their seizure of power, the state of female schooling hangs in the balance; the future of women’s education in the country is marred with uncertainty, contradiction and fear.  ...