Give em’ hope.
Losing doesn’t mean you stop fighting for what you believe in.
We are in serious danger to lose progress made for LGBTQ rights. Here are a few equality measures that will come under fire.
I have to tell you something. You probably won’t like me for it. I am okay with that. I will tell you anyway, because it needs to be said.
Experience isn’t everything, and everyone starts somewhere. Now is a great time to pick your starting line.
“The Holocaust did not begin with killing; it began with words.”
Young Democratic candidates will gain traction over the next four years and successful movement toward grassroots fundraising and organization will be made. In the midst of the post-election shadow, this is great news for us all.
Aradhana Pandey gives us some words of wisdom in dealing with the results of this election.
I have never said this to any politician—well, except to Eleanor Roosevelt who was not a politician in the electoral sense—I say it to you now. Barack Obama, I love you very much!
Gwen Ifill held onto her faith in America; but from what I see online, I’m wondering if I can do the same…
Pennsylvania doesn’t have a hate crime statute, but one who, fueled by animosity, acts maliciously towards another can be charged with ethnic intimidation.
The student loan system has become a big-government, predatory beast.
Warren Blumenfeld took a cab ride. Both him and the driver learned some things.
Can protesters organize an initiative to stop Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions from being confirmed as America’s Attorney General?
The Philadelphia District Attorney can circumvent HB1538, if it was to become law, and ensure continuity on the City’s current police transparency policy.
With no emotional outlet for our boys, where else does hormonal competition go but into ugly talk and macho swagger? One mother is taking the time to educate her boys on the importance of using compassionate critical thinking in the wake of change.