Leaders sometimes have to go without pizza; or at least settle for a smaller slice.
This avid gamer, book lover, and father thinks a wider range of characters would make entertainment better, for him, his daughter, and the rest of us.
Shawn Henfling explores the diversity in our favorite films. Is this what we want, or just what Hollywood thinks we want?
Having diversity in decision making bodies isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s often the smart thing to do as well.
Co-founder of FOLX, Justin Levesque, discusses using arts to create inclusiveness at the crossroads of illness, masculinity, and identity.
Dr. Vibe asks Sherman Mays about what Google should do change the lack of diversity in its employee ranks.
Navdeep Singh Dhillon loves reading with his kids and praises recent campaigns that encourage fathers to seek out enriching and unique reading experiences with their kids.
One member of the ‘Barbershop’ wonders how NPR could have been so short-sighted as to cancel the critically-praised show ‘Tell Me More’, hosted by Michel Martin.
We’re looking for gay, bisexual, and transgender men 40+ to tell their stories, to celebrate who they are and where they’ve come from, to share what they’ve learned and where they’re going.
We’re looking for gay, bi-sexual, and transgender youth to tell their stories; to embrace this month by celebrating their sexual identity and gender identification, sharing how gender diversity is a gift, and reinforcing that sexual orientation and gender identity are inherent.
Navdeep Singh Dhillon argues that, all too often in books, movies, and TV shows for children, non-white characters are only defined by their “otherness.”
This year’s 76ers are not about basketball. Rather, the 2014-15 76ers are all about potential and hope.
Being a dad is never easy, but you don’t have to look back on your little girl’s childhood with regret.
After two years filled with physical and emotional pain, Alex Brennan shares what he’s learned, much of it by accident.
Lina Acosta Sandaal on how to share the load as parents.
Bill Quigley pays homage to teachers, and learns that not all of them are found in schools.
Some things must seen to be believed. In this case, the art of the buugengs.
Are people living happier and more fulfilling lives since technology enabled us to “do” more? Or are people increasingly stressed out due to overstimulation, due to being over-connected?
The average father spends eight hours at work, two hours watching TV, two hours on his phone, but seven minutes talking with his children. This father shares how he broke the cycle.
Endurance events might sound painful, but they can transform your life.
Christian Lyons bares his breast cancer experience to remind us it happens to men, too.
Let’s dispense once and for all with the myth of fathers being absent, absent-minded, or absolutely clueless when it comes to childbirth.
Sarah Gross gives some great tips for starting a socially responsible business.
A 20-something’s journey into manhood.
Captain Chelsey Sullenberger is Breaking Barriers: From the United States Air Force to the Miracle on the Hudson to Making our Future Safer.
As technology moves at a pace we’ve never experienced before, it’s becoming much easier to understand the impulse to scorn progress.
There are some things worse than death and they can be overcome simply by thinking about… death.
Nick Pavlidis reflects on his marriage and calls out three crucial truths about being married that any newlywed should realize sooner than later.
Joanna Schroeder explains how the selfies parents take today can affect their child’s future (in a good way!).