All I could think was, “dear god, not again.”
The other day I listed some must-know basic demographic facts.
Breakfast at a Tulsa Waffle House and the trouble with standardized tests.
The growing role of the private sector and emerging economies in development have made it onto a list of the biggest research needs to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), collated by academics and nongovernmental organisations.
Vocal Twitter users took to that social-media site to ask immediately for the government to implement enforced marriage laws and to drop the age of consent.
A new study shows how racial stereotypes factor into the impulse to blame video games for mass shootings.
The men are not guilty, but the treatment of the complainant highlighted structural deficiencies in the legal system.
“When have Blacks in America not been living in a state of emergency?”
National Child Day, which commemorates the adoption of the United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child, has come and gone for another year, but Canada cannot celebrate much progress.
In 1920, Ocoee, FL was a sleepy town, more like a village with a population of just over a thousand people, half of whom were black.
Some new television shows are claiming credit for casting people with autism—while simultaneously making sure that whoever gets hired meets as many cultural norms for neurotypical appearance as possible.
“The bank ain’t never been our God, money ain’t never been our Messiah, we got too much faith built up in family.”
Mass shootings and the absurdity of arming teachers.
“Unbefriended” individuals may have experienced homelessness or mental health issues or substance abuse; they may be estranged from their family, have outlived their family or never had a partner or children.
There are as many definitions of the patriarchy as there are guilty men for perpetuating it. Nevertheless, in this brief article, I want to express my hope in its doom and destruction and my reasons why.
Today’s climate makes it more urgent than ever for us to lift up vibrant art and creative expression that unifies and humanizes people through stories, art, and cultural practice.