What happens when we define some people as more human than others? A Q&A with Susan Fiske about the new science of racism.
A recent New York Times column suggests we have no choice but to ignore or excise racist imagery in children's books. But Jeremy Adam Smith offers another way, guided by research.
For Father's Day, Jeremy Adam Smith talks about the changes we need to make to support fathers and families.
Thoughts from the world of big media by the author of The Daddy Shift and editor of Are We Born Racist?
Happy Father's Day!
Liko and I were watching a youth hockey game at the Yerba Buena rink in San Francisco. We were surrounded by fathers watching their boys play hockey... and, man, was it ugly.
Jeremy Adam Smith discusses a new series of posts on how fathers can enact social change.
For Father's Day, the author of The Daddy Shift picks some of his favorite kids books that feature Dads center stage.
Jeremy Adam Smith looks at his community in San Francisco for clues about what an American supportive of gay families will look like.
Jeremy Adam Smith looks at how kids deal with race and what parents can do to guide them.