Do you think it’s only fair that there be a White History Month? Then we’ve got the soda for you!
People think racism doesn’t exist, that Islamophobia isn’t real, that anti-Semitism is a joke. But, Qasim Rashid explains, they are actually deliberate decisions people make to hate one another.
Rashaun Williams ponders on who or what will protect his community from the police who break the law.
How do we foster a place where we fit? Safe spaces for men of color are urgently needed and Billy Flood wants to know how we’ll get there.
Dan Zimmerman knows, as a white man, that he will never fully understand the experiences people of color have with police.
“My brownness isn’t something to be blind to or to love me in spite of. It is who I am,” writes activist Candice Russell.
Chris Anderson knows it’s scary to talk about tough subjects like racism or sexual abuse. But in calling them out, we start disrupting their systems.
The fact that our leaders still meet black anger with riot shields and stun grenades is a clear sign that we don’t yet know how to fully care for each other.
Mourners, in an all-too-familiar scene, remembered Mike Brown and victims of police brutality with a vigil. To stop the need for these somber gatherings, should taxpayers demand a zero-tolerance law?
The black community is consistently disappointed at black politicians who don’t use their platform to talk about racism.
Sarafina Bianco grew up and still lives just down the road from Ferguson, so the roots of racism and anger—and the need for healing—hit close to home.
James Maynard believes we need to be addressing the insidious violence that exists within our own community.
Actor Keith Wallace was face down in Philadelphia’s Love Park during his one-man, silent protest against police brutality.
Alex Yarde implores us to watch John Oliver sum up the national horror that is the situation in Ferguson, Missouri.
Meet Ronnie O’Sullivan, master of snooker. Here he gets a score of 147, the maximum, for the twelve time in his career. Yes he is playing against an opponent, although you’d never know it.
Al DeLuise revisits the process of naming his children, and the importance of names.
Playland died along with blue collar image that once embodied a gritty San Francisco.
James Michael Sama reminds us we’ve evolved and says it’s about time we started acting human.
As first reported by Mikaela Rakos, Illustrator Ed Harrington makes it simple to create pop culture villains
We need a tax system that will encourage business creation, growth and global expansion while providing for fair tax U.S. revenue and investment in America and its work force.
Dr. Carey Andrew-Jaja of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center carries on the tradition of singing to newborn babies passed down to him by one of his predecessors.
Hugh Weber still isn’t sure why his wife of 8 years said yes, but he’s sure happy she did.
Rude kids become rude adults; teach them early and save them heartache in the end
Jordan Gray says that there are seven simple things that basically all men crave in an intimate relationship.
With water pollution, toxic waste and earthquakes as by- products of fracking, should we not concentrate on renewable and clean energy?
Yes, you can do it. Jordan Gray shows you how.
Savas Abadsidis talks to men about the way growing – or not growing – a beard defines manhood in their lives.
James Michael Sama wants you to know that not everyone is going to hurt you.