Real Language in Black Panther Movie #blackpantherlanguage #isiXhosa

The clicks play like gibberish to most ears, a chorus of sucking teeth and popping corks. But these seemingly obscure sounds make up a real language that is about to take a spin in the global mainstream. In “Black Panther,” which opens at theaters nationwide today, the filmmakers have used isiXhosa, one of South Africa’s […]

REWARD WORK, NOT WEALTH, TO END THE INEQUALITY CRISIS #top1% #endpoverty #oxfam

Last year saw the biggest increase in billionaires in history, one more every two days. This huge increase could have ended global extreme poverty seven times over. 82% of all wealth created in the last year went to the top 1%, and nothing went to the bottom 50%. Dangerous, poorly paid work for the many […]

Caring for Siblings of Children with Disabilities #childrendisabilities #siblingsdisabledchildren

Having a child changes you into a parent, and as we all know, that is not a simple change; there’s nothing one-and-done about it. And having a seriously ill child changes you forever as a family; it’s important for everyone who tries to help families to understand that when one child in a family is […]

Challenges Faced By Immigrant Females #immigrantgirlswomen #solutionsimmigrantchallenges

30 million girls under age 15 worldwide are still at risk for female genital mutilation 5,000 women and girls worldwide are murdered every year for a perceived dishonor to their families 142 million girls worldwide will be married before age 18 by 2020 if present trends continue Full Report here

Who’s Living At Home? More Adults in USA #adultchildrenlivingathome #adultsinhouseholdrelated

Adults who live in someone else’s household typically live with a relative. Today, 14% of adults living in someone else’s household are a parent of the household head, up from 7% in 1995. Some 47% of extra adults today are adult children living in their mom and/or dad’s home, down from 52% in 1995. Other […]