From mother to sex object to worker.
Could a handful of black women convince other countries that America didn't have a race problem?
How do the 100,000 flight attendants working in the U.S. handle working with a new crew almost every day?
When the airline industry was just getting off the ground, many thought it would be an insult to tip white stewards.
Flight attendants benefited emotionally when their primary focus shifted from courtesy to safety, a new paper suggests. Steven Slater may be an extreme example of that ability to unwind.