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The U.S. fertility rate is the lowest it’s been since the government started tracking it in the 1930s. Mohssen Assanimoghaddam/Picture Alliance via Getty Images

I interviewed moms with 5 or more kids − here’s what I learned about the women who are quietly going against the grain

Low birth rates aren’t just a potential economic crisis. They can tell a deeply personal story about women failing to reach their goals for motherhood.
A mural by Ricardo Islas dedicated to a skater called Raymond in Chicano Park skatepark, San Diego. Andrea Buchetti

When a skatepark becomes a sacred space

Skateparks show how the built environment can be transformed if communities, and the DIY cultures they give birth to, are allowed to flourish.
People attend a protest in Karachi, Pakistan, on June 6, 2022, in response to derogatory references to Islam and the Prophet Muhammad by a spokesperson of India’s governing party. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)

Pakistan’s blasphemy laws continue to cause violence

Pakistan’s laws against blasphemy have been used to bring cases against numerous people over the years, and in particular, the country’s religious minorities.
Baron Cobham and family around the dinner table, 1567. Master of the Countess of Warwick

How the Tudors dealt with food waste

During the Tudor period, religious beliefs shaped people’s attitudes towards food and food waste.

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