A Good Man in Monrovia Battles the Ebola Epidemic

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Good Men Project columnist N.C. Harrison discusses the altruistic efforts of Liberian ambulance driver Gordon Kamara, one of the best men he’s ever heard of.

5 Ways to Be Less Racist

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Recent news stories that show us exactly what NOT to do if we’re trying to be less racist.

This Writer Traveled from the Middle of Nowhere to The Center of it All

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Author Charles Blow takes center stage with his story of self.

What Do ALS and Ferguson Have in Common? The ‘Reverse the Hate’ Challenge

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“Sleepy Hollow” star Orlando Jones co-opts the Ice Bucket Challenge to reverse the hate resulting from Ferguson.

Don’t Blame Me. Blame Thomas, Jefferson

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The perils of grammar, and its impact on the Declaration of Independence.

Dear Kevin Williamson, Laverne Cox Is A Woman

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Kevin Williamson of the National Review wrote an article calling Laverne Cox a man. Here’s why he’s so very wrong.

Man of Compassion- An (Almost) Exclusive Interview With the Dalai Lama

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Edie Weinstein still shakes her head in wonder at the epic meeting that took place in 2oo8 as she lived a 20 year journalistic dream.

How Ready Are We for Gay CEOs?

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We’ve now gotten comfortable throwing homophobes out of the corner office, but are we ready to accept openly gay corporate chieftains?

Uppity Women & Uppity Others

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Rev. Neil O’Farrell considers what happens when talented people hope to rise.

Student Perspectives on Race and Education in Tuscaloosa

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Teens at two high schools helped ProPublica tell the story of resegregation by documenting their experiences in photos. Their work has launched a conversation about race and education in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and beyond.

Was Jill Abramson Ousted Because She Wanted Equal Pay?

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The New York Times’ decision to fire its executive editor is yet another in a long line of questionable moves regarding gender discrimination.

A Continual Act of Coming Out

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An etiquette advice columnist who offers guidance about ways to reveal family secrets comes out of his own dark and scary closet in which he lived for fifty years

A Perversion of Justice: Cuffed to the Bed, but It’s Not What You Think

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How the NYPD handles gunshot victims with outstanding warrants while they recover in the hospital.

Life Below The Mason-Dixon: It’s Not What You Might Think

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Article after article frames the South as backwards and ignorant. You would have to go there to know the truth.

The Quaint Notion of Amateurism

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In honor of March Madness, which began this week, GMP Sports has combed its archives for the best articles about the tournament. Here, Liam Day, in a post from 2012, argues that the players you’ll be watching the next few weeks should get paid to entertain you.

What Do We Want for Our Children?

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The tragic and untimely death of Philip Seymour Hoffman made a lot of people think. Larry Bernstein thought about the children.