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The nearly forgotten origin myth of Hawaii’s third-gender healers, as told by one

Could the Māhū have been XXY or some other form of Intersex? In Hawaiian culture, moʻolelo means story, tale or myth, but it also refers to history. Traditionally passed down through oral storytelling, moʻolelo serve as a connection to the past, carrying…

On The Line

We would like to introduce you to Edward (Eddie) Fuchs, a friend of The Project for many years. Eddie is an ex-pat American who has been living in Israel for almost twenty years. During this time, he tells us he…

How We Fail Children With Developmental Language Disorder

Developmental language disorder (DLD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that emerges in early childhood and frequently persists into adulthood. People with DLD have significant difficulty learning, understanding, and using spoken language. Under U.S. Public Law 101-476 (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act…