On television screens, American Indian characters are virtually invisible.
Despite the recent TV diversity breakthrough (see: Black-ish, Fresh Off the Boat, Jane the Virgin and the record-breaking Empire), native people as a whole are still largely left out of the picture on the small screen. They make cameos in subplots (e.gUnbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, House of Cards), but don’t get the reins to their own series.
Where are the shows dedicated to this country’s American Indians?
Breast milk often goes by another name: liquid gold. Human milk uniquely provides a baby with the right nutrients and antibodies
Yet the growing pressure to breastfeed, the backlash against formula, and the idea that breast milk is a pure substance have created a market for unregulated Internet sales experts say is dangerous — even deadly
In a editorial published Tuesday in The BMJ, researchers point to studies showing that human milk…
Apple began its campaign of smartwatch hype in China on the cover of Vogue China late last year — and now the company has shifted its focus to Australia
The April issue of Elle Australia is the first magazine in the country to get access to the device. It features a full fashion spread with the Apple Watch in the spotlight
The spread, titled “How to Style the Apple Watch,” features several women presented in high…
Ackee & Saltfish is a delicious web series
Created by British filmmaker Cecile Emeke, the show is a hyper-narrow look at the everyday lives of two black best friends in England. Each episode is propelled by one little thing going wrong — not getting Lauryn Hill tickets, eating the end pieces of bread, etc. — which spirals into the kind of rapid-fire banter you’d find in any Aaron Sorkin production. Aside from the witty rapport, the show manages to be a unique slice of life because of its…
Sukki Singapora is the kind of person who electrifies the Internet
Her bright blue hair falls in waves around her neckline as she discusses, over Skype from London, her passion and art form: burlesque dancing. She talks eagerly about confronting the patriarchy of her native home Singapore with a simple desire to express her sexuality
Even in pixels, Singapora’s charisma is contagious.
Being armed with a digital megaphone…
Charles Linley Sambourne was a chief cartoonist for Punch, a British satirical magazine, and a keen amateur photographer. He photographed ordinary people, documenting their appearance as references for his cartoons.
He photographed women in London in 1906, and in June of the same year, the 62-year-old Sambourne
The world’s most pressing issues need smart solutions, but that doesn’t necessarily mean high-tech.
While various cutting-edge innovations, such as mind-controlled robotic body suits and microchip drug delivery, are improving the lives of people across the globe, there are also a number of equally impactful inventions with little-to-no electronics.
From a wheel-shaped water container for the developing world to a lamp powered only by…