Winners of Smithsonian Magazine’s 2018 Photo Contest

Selected from more than 48,000 entries, the winning photographs from Smithsonian magazine’s 16th annual competition have been announced.

By Alan Taylor March 7, 2019

The Atlantic

Why It Took Me Years To Become A Proud Disabled Woman

Unfortunately, disability is still viewed as an inherently negative identity that is meant to be overcome. The default narrative for people with disabilities is that we need to “make up” for what we lack.

By Wendy Lu April 12, 2019

The Huffington Post

An Internet for Kids

Instead of regulating the internet to protect young people, give them a youth-net of their own.

By Conor Friedersdorf April 16, 2019

The Atlantic

The Agony And Ecstasy Of Joni Mitchell’s ‘Both Sides Now,’ An Inescapable Soundtrack Song

Decades after the classic’s debut, it’s appeared in movies and TV shows as varied as “The Wonder Years,” “You’ve Got Mail,” “Hereditary” and “Toy Story 4.”

By Matthew Jacobs December 18, 2018

The Huffington Post

10 Things To Give You Hope About The Future Of Notre Dame Cathedral

Paris was burning quite literally on Monday after the attic of Notre-Dame cathedral caught on fire.

By Karolina Wv

Bored Panda


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