Generalized excuses hurt all children. Let’s cut it out.
Some advice: Spend less time trying to be an expert, and more time learning and listening.
In the wake of mass shootings, we rush to blame gun control and mental health support, but what about the deepest issue of all?
It’s been fifty years since the riot, but a sports arena’s opening act shows how little we’ve grown.
It took months for the dam of cognitive dissonance to break, but once it broke, the water flowed free.
All the problems of the world are someone else’s fault.
It took seeing the world from the other side to realize how selfish I was being in my generosity.
If it’s this hard to remove some statues, what does that say about the larger issue?
Paul Hartzer reflects on hand gestures, respect, and authentically bridging racial gaps.
Let’s review the narrative we’re giving our youth about bullying.
The naked statue of Donald Trump invites discussion about how our society measures masculinity.
Like any other tool in a school system, a school’s dressing policy needs to teach the correct lessons, not the incorrect ones.
Society has raised us to be this way. Paul Hartzer asserts it is our responsibility to change.
Damore’s Google Manifesto had the appearance of emotionless logic. This was by design.
I am not a monster, I am a man who, like other men, has done monstrous things.
It’s easy to reject White Supremacy as an extreme. But do we accept the depth of our own privilege?