A beloved toy company joins the fight for equality – not just for kids, but for all mankind. — Representation is vital. It’s vital to us as individuals, as a demographic and as a society. It, in all its forms, impacts and changes the face of the world with every person or group of people […]
About Erin Kelly
Erin M. Kelly is the Social Justice Editor at The Good Men Project. She is also a columnist and writer with Cerebral Palsy who wants to be recognized for her work rather than her disability. She’s a 2009 graduate of Penn State Altoona, where she majored in Letters, Arts and Sciences. During her senior year, she was hired as a columnist for The Altoona Mirror, the daily newspaper in Altoona, PA. Her column entitled, “The View From Here,” runs monthly and addresses in a light-hearted, humorous manner the challenges she faces daily. She is also the editor of "To Cope and to Prevail", memoir of Penn State Altoona professor Dr. Ilse-Rose Warg. Find Erin on Twitter @WriterWheels.
What can a boy make out of nothing? The story of Deng Thiak Adut is a look inside the modern man’s soul.
Would you listen to the tiniest of voices if it meant eliminating labels in the world? One organization is on a mission to do just that.
The increasing number of shootings across America has prompted celebrities to put their notoriety aside. NBA stars, including Steph Curry, sum up the picture in this PSA.
What’s the true measure of a man? A father shows his love for his daughter in the most elegant way.
Would you speak out about your own culture if given the appropriate platform? A high school student with Muslim roots shows why advocacy is everyone’s responsibility.
What makes a good boy a good man? When police in Ankeny, Iowa needed help, a five-year-old answered the call in an unexpected way.
How has Donald Trump changed the picture of America? Erin Kelly offers her thoughts on his mockery of New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski.
How can men cultivate good habits within the disabled community? A nationally-known company expands to make that difference.
For Erin Kelly, being a fan of Steve Carell isn’t about just the laughs. It’s about growth and gratefulness.
Through his struggles of living with mental illness, Steve Colori has broken the chains that have held him down for so long. Erin Kelly shares her thoughts on his new memoir.