In 2009 India was home to half of the world’s polio cases. They haven’t had a case since January 2011. How did this happen? Global collaboration.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld sees parallels between Russia’s anti-homosexual agenda and Nazi ideology. And he’s sees a bit of hypocrisy in the US as well.
Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, explores the impact of one little girl’s courage to petition for the manufacturers of American Girl dolls to make a doll with a disability.
Conversations about sexual violence relegate men to two roles: Bystander or Perpetrator. It’s time to add the third role: Survivor.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld on the American Association of Christian Counselors’ continued exclusion of the LGBT community.
Check out the stunning visual story of death row prisoners’ last words.
If we’re going to spend $18.6 billion this Valentine’s Day let’s at least make an attempt to support some groups who are striving to incorporate ethics into their business practices.
Cecil Murphey, a sex abuse survivor, offers a moving meditation about what he’s learned on the path to healing.
Edith Cardenas explains that regardless of whether you’re an immigrant, in the United States, if you’re not white, you’re foreign.
More than once I’ve overheard someone say with annoyance, “Gay people are so loud about their rights.” This is why we all need to be. True equality never came quietly.
“The locusts of everyday violence have been allowed to swarm unabated in the developing world. And they are laying waste to the hope of the poor.”
Tell the NFL and Roger Goodell that you won’t stand for racist mascots and appropriation of Native names.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld asks: “Is it simply coincidence that so many high school, collegiate, and professional football players have been charged with committing sexual assault?”
Tunisia has taken a massive step forward in consolidating its democratic transition.
More and more men are bringing their strong hearts and minds to the issues of violence prevention and want to be part of solutions.
Ned Breslin, CEO of @WaterForPeople, recaps the amazing work they did in 2013 and charts what they hope to do in 2014.