The museum's important call to document future history.
- Photos taken by a staff member of the American Academy of Pediatrics has caught the eye of a Smithsonian curator.
- The drawings made by the migrant children features bars and cages.
- The Smithsonian Museum believes that it is important to record and catalogue these types of historical situations.
Is that what Jesus would have responded to the poll from Pew Research Center?
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- A Pew Research Center survey found that only 25% of white evangelicals say the U.S. has a responsibility to accept refugees.
- Meanwhile, people with no religious affiliation were most likely to say the U.S. does have that responsibility.
- The results show the divide between the principles and practices of right-wing Christians in the U.S.
Compassion is one of several news values that determine if a story is published.
- How the media frame a story can influence who the audience feels compassionate toward.
- Part of telling a story requires combatting inherent obstacles to sustained compassion.
- Compassion is one of several news values that determine if a story is published.
There's more than one kind of wall that we can build. Building the right kind of wall might even be good for the U.S.
- In times of crisis, we often 'build a wall' that separates the part of our lives that feels out of control from the parts that are more in control.
- This is healthy and can help us maintain perspective.
- Nations, too, build walls during times of crisis. But those walls can't be designed to isolate ourselves from others; rather, they need to delineate what is working and what isn't.
Many governments do not report, or misreport, the numbers of refugees who enter their country.