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Attacking social media is all the rage among the cool kids these days. This involves a great deal of hypocrisy. Studies have shown that many of those who rail against social media use it often.
“Checking your privilege” will be amazing once we stop calling each other names, judging each other, and deciding who is and who is not allowed to speak and instead focus on self-awareness and social cooperation.
Social Media may be ideal for making new connections, but we need to balance it by connecting with our soul.
As a black man and father, Doyin Richards urges people to think critically before discussing the unrest in Ferguson and other hot-button topics.
View image | gettyimages.com “Monsters aren’t born. They are created”… Good men, are you buying that? ––– I’m so furious right now! I just got off the phone with my UCSB-student daughter, who informed me about a slasher film titled, Del Playa, being promoted for release. A petition with 20,000 signatures so far is being […]
Social media isn’t always pretty, but Doyin Richards thinks it helped to move the conversation forward about what it means to be a dad.
How did we become so hypocritical that violent images are OK, but pictures of mothers breastfeeding their children are outlawed?
How to use internet filters to protect your children from porn, cyber bullying and online predators.
“The gap between writing with hatred and writing with mindfulness and altruism is really wide.” A discussion of the nuances of that gap.
“One of the problems with social networks is that it is getting harder and harder for others to complain about you behind your back.”
Addicted to social media? Alyssa Piperis shares tips on how to not lose ourselves in the fantasy world of retweets and likes.