This comment by M Crisp on the post Patriarchy is Alive and Well Today as We Celebrate International Women’s Day
While we should certainly celebrate the historic and courageous ways in which women have gained a more equal footing, let us not forget that there’s still an awful lot of work to be done.
If Henry David Thoreau still believes that “Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty,” then he must be awfully disappointed about the current state of America.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld urges Governor Jan Brewer to make the right decision in regards to #SB1062.
Eduardo Garcia spent most of his youth in Venezuela, and it breaks his heart to see how it’s being torn apart, its people killed. Even worse, why is the world ignoring it?
Survey captures industry challenges and best practices in avoiding forced-labor cotton from Uzbekistan.
Kansas State Rep Gail Finney is pushing for a law that will allow parents and other adults of the parent’s choosing to strike their child up to 10 times. I can’t make this stuff up.
The UN’s recent reports on the treatment of children in Syria and in the Roman Catholic Church revealed some of the despicable acts committed against boys that are part of a disturbing and hidden global trend.
Against a grey and desolate urban backdrop, with shaved head and wearing a hoodie, this man’s passion will stun you.
Reid Maki of The Child Labor Coalition reflects on the recent passing of human rights legend Robin Romano.
Migrant workers make up about 88% of Qatar’s 1.9 million residents. It’s about time their basic rights are taken seriously. — By Kamel Mellahi, University of Warwick Qatar has just introduced a “charter” to protect its migrant workers; will anyone notice the difference? Migrant workers represent around 88% of Qatar’s 1.9m residents, and the numbers […]
Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, explores the impact of the thousands of disabled Indians who protested in New Delhi for the right to be counted as equal.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned Russia’s anti-gay laws, as has the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child.
There is not a crisis of crime that fills our prisons; it is unjust conviction and sentencing. Can we re-envision the prison system?