It’s easy to reject White Supremacy as an extreme. But do we accept the depth of our own privilege?
The naked statue of Donald Trump invites discussion about how our society measures masculinity.
It’s been fifty years since the riot, but a sports arena’s opening act shows how little we’ve grown.
Some advice: Spend less time trying to be an expert, and more time learning and listening.
If someone already knows how to fish, give them a rod and reel and a spot on the riverbank, and then get out of their way.
Paul Hartzer reflects on hand gestures, respect, and authentically bridging racial gaps.
As we start another school year, here are some thoughts for how to navigate the world.
If it’s this hard to remove some statues, what does that say about the larger issue?
Timing is everything in comedy, and now’s not the time.
Our limitations can affect us less than how others judge us for those limitations.
Damore’s Google Manifesto had the appearance of emotionless logic. This was by design.
From plush monsters and Halloween ghouls to public speaking and failure, we can defeat our fears.
It’s not a few lone wolves, the system is filled with racist officers. Denial gains us nothing.
Like any other tool in a school system, a school’s dressing policy needs to teach the correct lessons, not the incorrect ones.
Whether it’s taro roots or cold hard cash, the patriarchs cling to pointless amounts of wealth.
Sizeist and other ableist humor reinforce our cultural values. Are these values we want?