What Ferguson Should’ve Taught Us About Critical Thinking

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As a black man and father, Doyin Richards urges people to think critically before discussing the unrest in Ferguson and other hot-button topics.

Ferguson: A Slice of the World and the World Itself

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Kenneth Patricio sees #Ferguson as a microcosm of the struggles of a larger world.

Racism and Love in My Backyard: Ferguson

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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.

Major League Baseball and World Series Riots: The Making of a Lifelong Baseball Fan

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Tom Burns was there with his father when his beloved Detroit Tigers won the 1984 World Series, and Detroit erupted

Real Men Don’t Watch Sports

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Is our sports culture hurting men?

The NFL Refs Debacle: A Case Study in Hype

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Were the replacement refs this season actually making the worst calls in the history of the NFL?

Anger of Muslims, Part 2: Making Sense in 3D

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The violence in the Middle East makes sense when viewed from sufficient perspectives.

News: No Sunday Morning Live Broadcast This Week [@sundaymlive]

Don’t panic, the popular web radio show is just on a brief hiatus, unlike our webcast, which is likely done for.

News: Sunday Morning Live, Featuring The @HannibalTabu Experience [@sundaymlive]

The popular web radio show takes on the 20th anniversary of the Rodney King riots plus tech tidbits & culture commentary.

Are U.S. Class Riots Inevitable?

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How angry do people have to be to start a riot? Is being too poor to shop reason enough?