Keith Stewart puts his anger and sadness about the Orlando shooting into perspective–not just for himself, but for the good of mankind.
…There is help for you today and hope for a better life and future.
The natural world has never conformed to our human notions of “two sides” to everything.
Can we develop the study of Africa so that it is more respectful toward the lives and struggles of African people and to their agendas?
If we’re going to prevent violence we need to recognize that the origins of violence begin in childhood abuse, neglect, and abandonment.
No matter how politicians and pundits spin things, Pulse was a gay bar on Latin night.
Young people have always been integral in the success of social movements and today they are shaking up traditionally dichotomous binary notions of gender.
A Hollywood blockbuster about a quadriplegic man is causing controversy within the disabled community.
In 1967, the arrest and beating of an African-American taxi driver by a white cop sparked a riot that killed 26 people, caused millions in damage and led to a mass exodus from the beleaguered city of Newark.
Because we all fail the victims when we don’t speak up.
The Sikh turban is steeped in symbolism but its wearers have also been a target of racism.
Though certain religious denominations may continue in their attempts to define us, they will fail.
America woke up this weekend to the news of the deadliest civilian mass shooting in the nation’s history. The senseless tragedy will undoubtedly evoke anger, sadness and helplessness.
We’re at a defining point in American history right now regarding gun violence, gun laws, and gun sense. Which side is winning? And when will the American people win?
Love is the defense against hate and bias.
If only we could learn to practice fairness, integrity and respect for one another.
STAND corresponded with Matsui about his film and his efforts to educate and inspire others to take action on the issues related to sexual violence and trafficking.