A woman walks among the stones of The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, photographed on June 10, 2010. A recent scientific study of Holocaust survivors and their adult children seems to prove that some effects of trauma can be inherited by a persons offpspring. (Flickr / Paul VanDerWerf)
27 Aug 2015

Native Americans Have ‘Always Known’: Science Proves Genetic Inheritance Of Trauma

Many have suspected through the years that extreme stress and trauma leave their mark not just on their victims, but on their descendants as well. Now science is catching up to these beliefs through the developing field of epigenetics.

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A banner reads "Caution: Killer Cops On The Loose" as activists protest the killing of Paul Castaway in  Denver, Colorado on June, 20 2015. (Twitter/Jesse Benn)
27 Jul 2015

Death Of Paul Castaway Highlights Denver’s Overlooked Police Brutality Problem

The death of a Rosebud Sioux man in Denver earlier this month is a painful reminder that police shootings are not limited to any one part of the United States, and certainly not just to places that received mainstream media attention after recent killings.

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