Nanoom Christian Fellowship church in Westlake ministers to drug addicts, many of whom come from a Korean community that stigmatizes substance abuse.
According to an analysis of federal data by The New York Times, 15.5 million people have taken antidepressants for at least five years. That's three times more than in 2000.
This documentary follows Dalia and her family, who have faced what seem like insurmountable obstacles, as they strive to build a better life.
Skid Row currently does not meet the UNHCR sanitation standards for hygiene access.
In South Korea, increasing numbers of people in their late 20s and early 30s are choosing to stay single. According to Statistics Korea, the number of middle-aged single-person households last year was up nearly 400 percent from 1995, making this the age group that has increased the fastest in the last two decades.
What's the difference between expats and immigrants? And where do refugees fit in? Pulitzer Prize-winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen explains.
En celebración de los 70 años del Ballet Nacional de Guatemala y en memoria del reconocido bailarín Richard Devaux, tuvimos la dicha de conversar acerca de los inicios del Ballet Nacional con Sonia Juárez de Devaux, balletista guatemalteca cuya trayectoria como bailarina, maestra y directora es admirable e inspiradora.
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The #MeToo hashtag started a long overdue conversation. For real change, we need all parties at the table. And that includes men.
If the shooter in Vegas had been Muslim, he would’ve been called a terrorist. We’d blame immigration. If he had been black, he would’ve been called a criminal. We’d blame an entire race. If he were Latino, he would’ve been called a gang member. We’d blame the undocumented.
However, Stephen Paddock has been called “troubled, quiet and angry.”
Why is it that Americans walk on eggshells every time they talk about Bin Laden, but they openly support TV shows, movies, and advertising about another terrorist?
There’s currently a government-led initiative to attract more Muslim tourists to South Korea. The nation has hosted a Halal Food Festival, which recently ended; added more than 100 Muslim-friendly restaurants; and spent 200 million won — the equivalent of more than $175,000 — to provide prayer rooms at popular tourist destinations.
No Limits, a theater group founded by Michelle Christie, aims to improve deaf children’s confidence in their communication skills.
There were 800 marches scheduled throughout the world March 24. An estimated 800,000 people marched in Washington, D.C. — more than the 500,000 that were estimated at the Women’s March there last year. In California, several marches were spread throughout the state, covering San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and San Diego. The march in L.A. garnered over 50,000 people who marched from Pershing Square to Grand Park on a cold and cloudy Saturday morning.