Safe spaces are a noble idea. But safe for whom?
Ethics & Values
It’s always nice to get some mail.
“Guilt is a luxury we can no longer afford.” — James Baldwin
There’s no evidence whatever – zilch – that a magical god created life.
For me, a good conversation is like a tennis match. You talk, I talk, back and forth we go.
Serve the people who show up.
Why hasn’t Google figured out how to verify customers and clients yet?
How social changes change our world.
To contend that God heals when we pray for those who are terribly sick or physically damaged—is to imagine a creator who needs to be convinced.
Unless parents discuss racial inequity with their children, those children will likely develop an internal narrative to explain the inequities they can see. And that narrative will likely be racist
One of the things I find frustrating about discussions of economics in scholarly publishing is the way that discussions that are built around critique of capital models or neoliberalism are dismissed as impractical.
The mass-produced food from a multi-national restaurant chain can only be but so good.
We all have to decide who we want to be at some point.
Being ethical isn’t always easy.
Why do lumberjacks, cowboys, and rich (white) businessmen define manliness and, more importantly, why do you buy into it?
Collective giving is when donors come together to pool resources and collectively decide on how they want to distribute funds