With events at the southern border on everyone’s minds, we revisit the histories of immigration and equal rights, and examine how childhood trauma can cause lasting damage. Read More...

Up until the early 20th century, it was relatively easy to immigrate to the U.S. What changed? Read More...

More than 2,000 children have been separated from their parents at the southern border of the U.S. How might that kind of trauma stay with the kids long after they’ve been reunited with their families? Read More...

Human rights are hotly-debated, but when did that debate begin? UCLA’s Lynn Hunt talks about what might have been the formative moment for human rights - and how we’re constantly changing our definition of equality. Read More...

This week on Innovation Hub, we talk about how algorithms might be helping kids in dangerous situations, the broad effects of nostalgia, and what happens when the worlds of libraries and journalism collide. Read More...

There are four million referrals to child welfare services in America every year. How should cities and states decide which ones to respond to? Read More...

Those wistful memories from long, long ago might actually help you build a better future. Read More...

Newsrooms are shrinking and trust in news is at historic lows. But your local library might be taking up the fight to restore our trust in journalism. Read More...

This week on Innovation Hub, we take a look at how intelligence and education affects our country, impacts prisoners, and relates to rational thinking. Read More...

America is in decline… and it’s all because of smart people making smart decisions. Read More...

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