Meg Ainsworth was disowned for dating a black man, so she knows a thing or two about racism.
Chris Crass speaks with Zoë Williams, who believes in the power of grassroots efforts to create meaningful change.
Dirtbag culture is a conscientious objection to the so-called American Dream of “Work your ass off, pay taxes, and then die.”
White anti-government protesters armed with guns take to the streets, yet no one calls the National Guard, no curfew invoked and no media frenzy.
Jenny Kanevsky takes a hard look at her behavior and realizes the opposite of entitlement is respect.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence did his party’s presidential candidates a big favor by backing his state’s controversial “Religious Freedom Restoration Act.”
Bryant Cross has noticed that after he expresses his pain and anger about racism, white people want to “talk”.
Matthew Salesses offers an adoptee’s take on ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ and explains the hope that comes with seeing someone like yourself in a leading role.
“She disrespected me. Now, I’m gonna have to kill her.”
—Pennsatucky, Orange is the New Black (S01E12)
In a race to get to the pet store for distraction, Jeremy Barnes has a frank discussion with his daughter about where babies come from.
He chose the paperclip over a staple. Will you choose happiness too?
Watch Bill Nye respond to some of his haters.
Civil rights leaders who sided with bureaucrats in a debate on whether a Philadelphia man was unarmed when killed by police have switched sides and are now calling for justice.
With green eggs, Who-hearing elephants, and cats with tall cats, Dr. Seuss’ books teach valuable lessons on racism, prejudice and diversity
This platonic, turned romantic love, may be everything and more you’ve ever wanted.
We’re the Gods of This Day, and we have the power to make today one of the most amazing days ever.
Can you move the body and still the mind freely in nature? Aren’t you curious?
Daniel Dowling wants to have the porn conversation you don’t want to have.
Being the parent of someone who struggles with serious addiction must be a living hell.
It can be hard to believe that we have value for just existing. And then someone reminds us in the simplest way.
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