Erin Kelly examines a disability-oriented company’s recent actions towards a client.
Brittni Brown examines the rise of new concerns on the heels of the decreasing Ebola epidemic in Western Africa.
Two survivors of the war between Iraq and Iran were separated in the chaos by enemy lines, but were reunited more than twenty years later.
Shawn Henfling explores the archaic and barbaric practice of capital punishment in the United States.
What do you think of race relations in America? Please share your thoughts–especially for global readers.
As a White person, Jaime Utt is so frustrated in how so many of us are blaming people of Color for their own oppression and condemning them for expressions of grief and rage that make us uncomfortable and afraid. If you find yourself doing that, read this.
Austin Harrington reflects on the unprovoked, violent attacks on fellow African Americans by police.
Let’s understand — and help other people understand — that this is our problem, everyone’s problem, not just the problem of a few.
President Barack Obama spoke in Selma, AL on the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday. His words were about, and for, all us.
A man’s harassment of a female bartender inspired Sincere Kirabo to learn from women how men can help.
Matthew Rozsa offers three suggestions to protect both the police and the communities that fear them and calls for both groups to demand that politicians enact them.
Michael Kasdan reflects on the Sandy Hook school shooting that took place in Newtown, Connecticut two years ago.