How can urban health policy be effective when the data on residents’ and workers’ leading causes of premature death, illness and injury is inadequate?
A powerful and thought-provoking true story, “Just Mercy” follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice.
We need a concrete foundation of action for real life.
But it can’t acknowledge it has one.
A recently published study in cognitive research: Principles and implications find the term ‘special needs’ to be an ineffective euphemism.
“Duck you autocorrect. You keep playing with me, keep acting like I ain’t said what I said.”
The condition of the low-income immigrant groups will worsen, and their problems will increase.
Whiteness, technology, and the cult of progress.
POPS the Club ambassador Bianca Lopez at Atlantic Magazine “Defining Justice” event.
Opening the gates to the slayer of demons.
It’s hard to measure racism – or even define exactly what we mean by racism.
The Ford Foundation’s focus on inequality demands thinking seriously about disability issues
Or, “The Girl with the Paper Rose”.
Racism doesn’t want us to know these histories.
Being in marginalized groups does not preclude me from having privilege in different areas of my life.
“Under the Hitler regime…the most important thing that I learned…was that bigotry and hatred are not the most urgent problems. The most urgent, the most disgraceful, the most shameful, and the most tragic problem is silence.” — Joachim Prinz, Rabbi of Berlin, exiled in 1937 to the United States, from his speech August 28, 1963, Washington, DC