Race, White Privilege and Denial in America
In a landmark decision, court rules that hateful online trolling can constitute interference with the equal enjoyment of public accommodations.
In a natural disaster, normal amenities like roads and gas stations are often unavailable. That means cars often can’t get to communities in need and other solutions are necessary. But bicycles often can.
And evidence contradicts common stereotypes about the killers.
The USA is now on the travel advisory list for dangerous countries to avoid.
A Sergeant Major in the U.S. Army and combat veteran, Aaron has transformed his childhood trauma into a mission to help fellow survivors.
Hate to break it to you, you’re not even in a relationship with this dude.
Christians today betray their heritage whenever they fail to welcome the stranger who comes to them in need.
Why aren’t we desalinating more ocean water?
From individual therapy to special education teachers in schools, parents of children with autism in Georgia face a constant battle with the authorities to provide the services their children need.
Manar Tantawy, wife of Hesham Ga’afar spoke of the pain of the glass barrier: “You cannot even say hello. Everyone used to greet their relatives with open arms and that would alleviate things even if fractionally. Taking him in your arms, patting him on the back, him patting yours–it alleviates a bit.
Creating a commons ethic for ecological restoration and social justice.
It’s not the solutions to climate change that kills jobs. Climate change itself is the job killer.” — Sarah Nelson, President of the Association of Flight Attendants
“The question is not who is and who is not a racist. The question is who is and who is not doing something about it.”
Speaking out publicly and working to change Georgia’s statute of limitation laws have helped to Alan to get his power back, a crucial step in his healing.
On the further normalization of racism and hate in the USA under the current regime.