White Terrorism and #BlackLivesMatter

When the protection of the law bends and skirts the justice system, is this the goal of White terrorism?

Paris in Our Hearts: Do We Choose Fear and Violence?

Or do we choose compassion and love?

The Hidden Causes Of The Paris Killings

And what we can do to prevent future violence.

The Unsolvable Question of Gun Violence

Jeremy Barnes has been haunted by gun violence since 1994. He wishes for all who can make a difference to grab a case of beer, build a campfire, and work it out. Here is his story.

Faith and Faces: Are Muslims Supposed to be Religiously Tolerant?

Can tolerance and global religion coincide in Middle Eastern countries? Zeynab Ladak examines this question with open eyes.

Shame: It’s A Dead-End Street

Finding the right tool to motivate change.

What is the Measure of a Man?

Dr. Kwame Brown is tired of society both believing, and teaching that strength lies in a man’s ability to subjugate, hurt, and kill.

Patriarchy, Toxic Hyper-Masculinity, & Firearms

Why are some men letting fear stop them from engaging in an honest conversation about the reality of guns in America?

7 Confessions From Men Who Suffer Domestic Abuse

“My wife beats me but I stay quiet for the sake of our one-year-old.” Confessions courtesy of Whisper.

How the Man Box Can Kill Our Sons Now or Decades from Now

Bullying and murder are bad enough, but the meta risk factors of the Man Box can kill our sons decades in the future.

Why Being a Man Means I’m Part of the Problem

Just by my maleness, it’s sensible to assume that I might be dangerous, and I can’t diffuse that.

My Quiet Plea: Why Should I Apologize for ISIS?

How far will violence go before someone takes responsibility? Zeynab Ladak reflects on when she distanced herself from the blanket of generalization and violence of her culture.

I Want Students Curious, Not ‘In Compliance’

Dr. Kwame Brown can see the value in learning to cooperate in learning, But he also believes in the value of challenge and noncompliance

The Culture We Deny

We’ve barely begun to address the dragon in the room.

Two Films, Two Boys, One Conclusion: When It Comes to Masculinity, the Past Seems Here to Stay

Jessicah Lahitou looks to start a conversation about modern manhood by looking at the themes of male friendship, father figures, violence, football, and teen awkwardness.

How to Prevent the Next Mass Killing: Stop Abusing Our Boys

A killer’s childhood trauma may unlock a secret to understanding their actions.