Meg Ainsworth was disowned for dating a black man, so she knows a thing or two about racism.
In the wake of the Charleston church shooting, Nicole Franklin holds conversations on race that recall Malcolm X vs. Martin Luther King, Jr.
A parents unfortunate connection to a playwright’s gripping work about racism. — Mr. Gregory Walker, whose art and culture nonprofit organization The Brothers’ Network is credited as the Associate Producer on the critically acclaimed show, “Hands Up,” inquired of me after I viewed the production as to which of the six testaments I found the […]
In the wake of Baltimore’s riots, Raoul Wieland explores the nature and implications of violence and the social disconnection that inflames it.
Confidence can be learned, and Dr. Travis Bradberry identifies the behaviors that confident people consistently exhibit.
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”
Mike Kasdan says that mental health maladies like depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and autism reflect the diversity of our minds, and we should embrace them rather than stigmatize them.
Expect movement on bill to overhaul Philadelphia Police Advisory Commission before end of year, says lawmaker.
Tree hugging hippie pacifist Edie Weinstein discovers that anger can be a positive emotion when used for good.
Geoffrey Philp is a political activist who is dedicated to exonerating Marcus Garvey. Here’s his story.
There’s a plethora of educated, successful, hard-working family men who happen to be black, writes Jackie Summers. So why is it that no one sees them?
“The older I get, the more, I find myself faced with the task of trying to understand the terrible things that people do with guns.” — DiaryDad tries to find balance with his son’s love of[Read More…]
Tired of what’s on television? Doyin Richards shares ideas for seven parenting shows that should be on TV right now.
Have you disqualified potential partners over behaviors that could actually be healthy?
Smug Trump climbs the ladder of infamy, as the right, ignoring his racist, sexist and piggish comments, push him ever closer to the greatest office in the land.
Scotty Schrier reflects on being bullied as a child, and how he turned into the very thing he loathed most.
200 miles above earth, during the burn in the Russian segment module, objects and people move of their own accord.
Art through the centuries proves each generation has seen themselves apocalyptically, although great differences of the actual end are illustrated.
Keep in mind, the important thing isn’t to avoid making these mistakes but to try learn from them and avoid repeating them in the future.
We often force kids to apologize when they aren’t ready, then cynically chastise them for their lackluster acting job.
We’re all looking for supporters and nurturers in our relationships, which is why being nice is never enough to finish first.
A man in nature walks through the first shades of Autumn as they touch the edges of this ecology.
Cabot O’Callaghan takes to the road and embarks on a journey of rejection and redemption.
Alex Yarde discovers an easy way to make the BBQ he loves with FARM RICH SMOKEHOUSE products!
Jed Diamond can’t think of anything more important for the peace and well-being of the world than deepening the dialogue of what it means to be a good man.