In the last four decades, the worldwide immigrant population has more than doubled. Many native-borns view their new neighbors as outsiders, and so do not help them, which can lead immigrants to feel “culturally homeless.”
Showing native-borns how they are similar to immigrants inspires the former to offer aid to the latter.
Rejection by peers leads teens to act aggressively and feel down.
Teaching teens that everyone has the capacity to change decreases aggression and symptoms of depression following peer exclusion. If people can change, so too can social labels like “bully” and “loser"...