Palliative Care and Psychedelic Medicine

A growing number of states and municipalities are allowing terminally ill patients the opportunity to treat end-of-life anxiety and depression with the use of psilocybin (aka "magic") mushrooms. Canada is helping to lead the charge with a policy of un-enforcement, allowing a growing number of patients to access the medicine for psychotherapy.
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Meet Chicago's First Black Mayor

By the 1980s, Chicago had become defined in the national consciousness by a deeply entrenched political machine typified by corruption and cronyism. But the city's 1983 mayoral election presented the opportunity to chart a new course, with a broad-base, progressive coalition led by the person who would become the city's first Black mayor: Harold Washington.
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Uranium Mining's Impact on Native Communities

Over 500 uranium mines have been running throughout sacred homelands in the West and Southwest for over a decade. Though they have brought vast profits to their corporate owners, the biggest impact on the Diné people who live among them is pervasive disease and illness.
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What is the Right to Die?

Offers an engaging and entertaining lens through which to explore the growing Right-to-Die Movement, by taking an in depth look at one case study, and the toll such decisions can take on loved ones.
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How COVID Interrupted Education

When schools closed their doors at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, parents everywhere had to quickly become educators on top of their regular duties. Education, Interrupted looks at this widespread phenomenon through the experiences of Tyra Johnson, a single mother raising three children in one of the poorest zip codes in the United States.
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