Photographer Ethan James Green chronicles the “freewheeling Wild West” of young New York. With portraits of new creative renegades flocking to the city, Green’s subjects are often “in states of transition, whether the transition from youth to adulthood or a gender transition…transitions render people vulnerable, but Green’s subjects are confidently beautiful, masters of style and attitude.” Read more and see his photographs at www.newyorker.com.
When people are struggling, the best thing you can do is ask them what can be done to help. That’s exactly what the American Cancer Society did with this study that researched what breast cancer patients need the most help with when it comes to paying for their healthcare. Read the full story from www.cancer.org.
This philosophy professor has a message for you: you’re not entitled to your opinion. Patrick Stokes makes the argument that allowing people to simply express their ideas without backing them up can be detrimental to public discourse - especially in an age of fake news and distrust of the scientific community. Read the full article on www.theconversation.com.