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.
Teacher and poet Andy Hall examines the absurdities of violence in our contemporary society and throughout history.
Gun violence is a human rights issue, a legal issue, a health issue, a taxation issue, and, above all, a conscience issue.
As many men and women struggle to deal with what happened on Sunday morning, our collective responses—not reactions—deserve closer examination.
At a vigil for the victims of the Orlando mass shooting, the Mayor of Philadelphia looked profoundly sad while the City Council President appeared exasperated.
What’s our message?: After the Orlando shooting, America must define and distribute widely its message in order to combat self-radicalization.
The most powerful rebuttal to violence and hatred is love. So let yours shine.
Ken Feinleib expresses the exhaustion and frustration that we collectively feel in the wake of yet another mass shooting but exhorts us to rise up and continue to try and move forward.
Mrs. Hillary Clinton, who like the ACLU PA argues police departments have great autonomy, said probable cause, not reasonable suspicion, should be the stop-and-frisk standard.