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United Arab Emirates Names Ministers of Happiness and Tolerance

Not feeling happy? There’s a government agency to fix that — if you’re in the United Arab Emirates. The country ranked 20th on the world...

Coke’s Ramadan Campaign Promotes Tolerance With Label-Free Cans, Stunning Ad

The most renowned global beverage company is pushing for a world without labels – by dropping its own. Coca-Cola is temporarily removing its name from...

6 Quran Quotes That Teach Love, Tolerance and Freedom of Religion

Islam, according to the Quran, teaches love and compassion for every human being, no matter their religion, says author Adnan Oktar whose television show is...
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Seeds of Peace Camp: Sowing Tolerance Among Former Foes

While governments can do important work to promote it, peace, tolerance and understanding come mostly from people. That's why the South Asian Seeds of...
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Teaching Tolerance in High School Religion Class

Modesto, Calif. is the only public school district in the U.S. that requires students to learn about the major religions. It is a model...

Good News in History, December 28

Happy Birthday to Denzel Washington who turns 65 today. The acclaimed actor grew up in a blue-collar household in Mount Vernon, New York, and...

For First Time in 72 Years, Sikhs Can Visit One of Their Holiest Sites Thanks to New Peace Corridor

Thousands of Sikh pilgrims can now travel visa-free from their village in India to visit the second holiest site of their religion in Pakistan.

Good News in History, November 10

50 years ago today, Sesame Street first aired on 180 PBS public television stations using Jim Henson’s puppets to teach letters, numbers, and colors,...

After Her Years of Research, a Cambridge Scientist Could Be on the Verge of Curing Multiple Sclerosis

Auto-immune diseases like multiple sclerosis (MS) occur when the body’s immune cells attack healthy tissues. In the case of MS, the cells target the...

Good News in History, August 7

200 years ago today, Simón Bolívar triumphed over Spain as a hero in the Battle of Boyacá, the decisive battle that ensured the success...

Good News in History, July 21

120 years ago today, the novelist and journalist Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park, Illinois. His elegant, yet lean style of writing—which he...

Town Became Unified by Anointing a Homeless Poet as Their ‘Adopted Grandfather’

This town has been nominated as one of the nicest places in America – and its compassionate spirit is best exemplified by their local “grandfather”.

Researchers Used Natural Gut Bacteria to Prevent—and Reverse—Food Allergies in Pre-clinical Trials

Scientists have identified several strains of bacteria in human guts that can be used to prevent – and even reverse – allergies.

Good News in History, June 26

On this day 60 years ago, the 370-mile St. Lawrence Seaway was officially opened, marking the completion of one of the greatest engineering feats...

Good News in History, April 21

370 years ago, in the new American colony of Maryland, the Toleration Act was passed by the Assembly to allow freedom of worship throughout...

Good News in History, April 2

80 years ago today, the soul singer-songwriter and musician Marvin Gaye was born in Washington, DC. ‘The Prince of Motown’ helped to shape the...

Good News in History, March 29

60 years ago today, “Some Like It Hot”, the romantic comedy starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon, was released. Considered to be...

New Harvard Study Says That Men Can Avoid Heart Problems By Doing a Certain Amount of Pushups

This is the first known study to report an association between push-up capacity and subsequent cardiovascular disease outcomes.

How a Yoga Teacher is Saving First Responders Across America From Depression – With Downward Dog

Yoga is not just good for exercise – it is saving police officers and firefighters from depression and mental illness.

The Science Behind Why We Need More of the ‘Secret Sauce’ of Kindness

What is the “secret sauce” of kindness – and why do we need it now more than ever?