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At our very core, we all have one thing in common: our humanity.

It’s when we lose sight of our common humanity–whether it’s because our culture may idealize individual brilliance over the efforts of the community or we emphasize our differences as opposed to our commonalities–that we run the risk of everything from physical illness to large scale societal effects on how we live, work, and treat one another.

Professor Niobe Way, an expert on the intersections of culture, context, and human development, speaks eloquently on why we must recognize, honor, and advance our common humanity.

Niobe Way is Professor of Applied Psychology at New York University. She is also the co-Director of the Center for Research on Culture, Development, and Education at NYU. She received her doctorate from Harvard University in Human Development and Psychology and was an NIMH postdoctoral fellow in the psychology department at Yale University. Way’s research focuses on the intersections of culture, context, and human development, with a ... View Profile