Can We Forgive?
“Demoralize the enemy from within by surprise, terror, sabotage, assassinations. That is the war of the future.”
Forget the Climate Crisis, “Freedom Gas” is now a thing.
Donald Trump has pushed back the Harriet Tubman 20 dollar bill another eight years.
Some political satire.
We are all born into an environment polluted by heterosexism and cissexism (two among many forms of oppression), which fall upon us like acid rain.
Republicans want to get the government “off our backs” while imposing massive governmental restrictions at the expense of women’s reproductive freedoms.
We can judge a society by the way it treats animals.
Let’s unpack the knapsack of Christian privilege.
Deconstructing the white supremacist plundering of life.
As we approach Yom HaShoah, the Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day on 27 Nisan (Jewish calendar), May 1 this year (Gregorian calendar), I reflect upon my familial history: two scenarios with somewhat varied outcomes.
Congratulations to the great state of Maine in joining with 6 other great states in transforming “Columbus Day” to “Indigenous People’s Day”!
An essential tenet of liberation is the freedom to define oneself. Unfortunately, throughout the ages, individuals, groups, and entire nations have not autographed this basic social contract.
“Citizenship” has often served as the United States official racial policy.
It doesn’t take a mega-telescope to observe this black hole in this White House gobbling up values.
Islamophobia is much more than a fear.