Chris Crass sits down with leaders from a group of Jewish people who work to create equality, justice, and freedom for all people of Palestine and Israel.
A man put a group of prison inmates in a room with nothing but a camera. The result is stunning.
Cultivating Fearless and Hopeful Racial Justice Organizing in White Communities: Jewish Voice for Peace
Good men don’t hide from their mistakes, or sweep them under the rug. Good men face up to their mistakes and learn from them.
Erin Kelly examines the recent treatment of prisoners with mental illness by the US police force.
The power of teamwork.
Shawn Henfling explores the archaic and barbaric practice of capital punishment in the United States.
OK OK, she wasn’t Miley Cyrus. But recently several of my teen clients who role-play online have been experimenting with gender, sexual, and romantic orientation.
Social media is changing our perception of and participation in society. Sam De Silva poses that social media is a vehicle of personal and social reform.
Fly me back to Neverland.
Thousands around the world are searching for refuge in light of being forced out of their homes by war, money and Mother Nature.
The Jade Helm controversy illustrates the racist double standard when it comes to communities of color.
The GOP conducts itself as a party that stands for life until birth. Then, one is left to fend for oneself.
5 Things Well-Meaning White Educators Should Consider If They Really Want To Close The Achievement Gap
You could start with the term “achievement gap” – which places the responsibility of changing the system upon students.
Brittni Brown examines the physical, mental and economic impact of driving to work.
Warren Blumenfeld’s second in a series of commentaries on the American Freedom Defense Initiative and its “Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest” held recently in Garland, Texas.
You can’t always read the rules of the man-box, but you can see their effects in some unexpected places.
Learning to let go to find healing