Even during “normal” times, one in four Alabama children goes to bed each night uncertain where they’ll get their next meal.
It has dawned on me recently that, for all the talk about Trump supporting Christians, he doesn’t respect us — at all.
We are mobilizing local organizers and community leaders to fight for electoral justice and build Black political power.
If it weren’t so awful it would be funny.
“Word of mouth epidemics are the work of connectors.”
Toxic masculinity is a vice that too many men are eager to tolerate or ignore its often psychologically debilitating effects.
As the Americans with Disability Act turns 30, EEOC reminds employers that people with disabilities represent a vast pool of untapped talent who can positively contribute to business success and enhance workplace diversity.
In our weakest moments, we reveal truths about ourselves we’d prefer to hide. Maybe what we ought to be doing is to not hide them but uncover them, own them, change them.
Why aren’t people rallying around Trump the way they did around Bush immediately after 9/11? The better question is, however, why would they do so?
“He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”
We can all learn.
There are probably more.
The civil rights icon lived in pursuit of racial justice and equality.
Mark Zuckerberg, one of the richest men in the world, looks a worried man these days.
That makes a better future for all our kids.
Out for America 2020 report says America must elect 22,544 more LGBTQ elected officials to achieve equitable representation.