History has largely ignored the man who taught nonviolence to Martin Luther King, Jr.
We celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. JJ Vincent has the story a key leader you’ve probably never heard of.
On MLK Day 2014, John Lash asks us to fully realize the profound power of our daily actions both to change ourselves and to change others.
The truths he spoke as a living man don’t necessarily match the narrative that’s been fitted onto him as a dead icon.
Photographer Dick Simon went to Washington to be a witness to the way things have changed in the past 50 years — and some ways they have not. Here are the photos and stories of people he found there.
Frederick Douglas joined fellow black Americans in Emancipation Hall when a 7-foot bronze statue was unveiled earlier this week.
Larchmont Elementary used the time during MLK day and No Name Calling week to talk about civil rights and the great leaders that fought for them.
Kai M. Green insists that too many times, oppressed people use whatever power they have secured to oppress another, instead of using that power to challenge the hierarchal order of things.
Dorothy Cotton said, “It should not be forgotten that change is possible, as painful as it is to remember it. But change is possible.”
“Move down into the inner resources of [your] own soul and sign with pen and ink of self-assertive manhood [your] own Emancipation Proclamation.”
Lynn Biesner insists that the much-needed men’s revolution will first require a re-imagining of our social structure.
Only you know where your money goes and what your needs will be in the future. Those gurus can afford to offer hit-or-miss advice, but you don’t have that luxury.
Deanna Shoyer supported International Pink Day to as a way to teach her sons about he value of diversity and a show of solidarity against discrimination.
Atheism is on the rise in America. Secularism and scientific thought is creating a generation of voters with the ability to think critically about the issues. Will the popularity of disbelief give rise to a political party devoid of religious factions?
A thank you note to my bullies.
A 13 year old boy asks friends how they really felt about their parents splitting up when dad isn’t around like before.
The You Can Play campaign has brought together all the major professional sports in Australia to make their sports welcome to lesbian, gay and bisexual people.
Ever wondered what would happen if you wrote down all the seemingly brilliant ideas you come up with when you’re drunk? Lawrence Benner tries it.
“I was almost killed by men with shotguns, on a raft, down a river.” Sounds like the start of a blues song to us.
Pete Louison tells passes along sage advice to his twenty-something year old kids who are about to enter the workforce.
The worst case scenario of a poor sex education is not an unhealthy sexual identity. It’s the unplanned birth of a child.
This comment of the day is by ogwriter on the post Skinny Dudes and Big Boys: Stigmatizing Men’s Bodies