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How Fiction Can Change The World

How Fiction Can Change The World

Stereotypes make one story become the only story, and that’s a problem. Author Chimamanda Adichie talks about how knowing only one story — about a people, or a place, or a culture — means not really knowing the world. At :45, Adichie tells us how Western stories affected her writing; at 5:40, she talks about

She’s Not Imagining Things. She Has Two Loving Parents. But One Of Them Some People Don't Recognize.

She’s Not Imagining Things. She Has Two Loving Parents. But One Of Them Some People Don't Recognize.

Parenting is not for the weak. Most have heard their parents’ courageous stories, but none of that truly makes sense until you have kids of your own. Here’s a beautiful story about a family that redefines what it means to love with courage. One word for the end: heartbreaking. Read more: http://upworthy.com/shes-not-imagining-things-she-has-two-loving-parents-but-one-of-them-some-people-dont-recognize

You'll Never Guess What TIME Magazine Said About Homosexuality In 1966

You'll Never Guess What TIME Magazine Said About Homosexuality In 1966

The first bit of this video scared me; I couldn’t believe the straight face with which this man was saying such awful things about gay people. But now I’m just covered in happy goosebumps. Andrew Solomon really knows what he’s talking about when it comes to parenting and love. Read more: http://upworthy.com/video-how-did-these-parents-raise-with-their-son-they-loved-him-thats-all-3

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