Gena Raymond explains why Labels are what holds us back from being All that we truly are.
Michael Carley, an educational researcher in a three-college community college district in California, focuses on a problem with an often understated scope.
After being uprooted from South Vietnam for adoption as a baby, Kevin Minh Allen has come to understand “home” as someplace you will eventually leave.
Marriage editor Gint Aras is preserving history and forging the future by raising a trilingual family. In Chicago, as in many European cities, this is the norm.
In the aftermath of the Boston Bombing, Anzor Tsarnaev defends his sons despite everything he has seen and heard.
Joanna Schroeder chats with Ellen DeGeneres’ sidekick, Tony Okungbowa, about his new film Restless City, which is the story of a Senegalese immigrant making his way in New York City.
Yashar Ali sees himself as equal parts Iranian and gay. But when forced to compartmentalize his sexuality, Yashar found his whole identity falling apart.
‘The privilege of being white in the U.S. is that you don’t have to see race. But for a growing majority of people, ethnicity is fluid; it’s piecemeal, chosen, reclaimed, refused, relearned.’
A map of New York City, by ethnicity. “Red is White, Blue is Black, Green is Asian, Orange is Hispanic, Gray is Other, and each dot is 25 people.” Other cities here.
Everyone should have an art. A passion. Something they do really, really well. For this guy…it’s frosting a cake.
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Serge Bielanko’s small list of qualifications for his next date.
Michael Kasdan provides the quick take-aways from today’s ruling.
When a story breaks that is important enough to be a part of the cultural conversation, we are there. #BlackLivesMatter
This is life in the 21st century right?
Since most of our “food” is genetically modified, why not label it as such and give us the choice of eating it or not?
David Shechtman discovers that the only way to address the issue is to replace fear with relationships.
Jay Snook reviews the latest ‘Hunger Games’ and finds change and growth for Peeta and Katniss. Is change Always a good thing?
One of the words is ‘you.’ Can you guess the other one?
Tamir Rice’s killing is an opportunity for honest dialogue about discretion from police and citizenry.
Aaron W. Voyles discusses his season’s thanks and his struggles with thank you’s.
In the aftermath of the Ferguson decision, The Saints Benjamin Watson is angry, frustrated, fearful, embarrassed, sad, sympathetic, offended, confused, introspective, hopeless, hopeful, and encouraged.
Jeff Bogle finds that with Amex Membership Rewards®, he can just keep on giving.
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!).