It took seeing the world from the other side to realize how selfish I was being in my generosity.
These are the rebels we need to survive the next three years and some change. (It’s never too early to start counting down.)
Imagine a world free from all the deadly forms of oppression. What would such a world be like?
Jackie Summers sees Monopoly as the perfect example of economic disparity, even with the premise of supposed equality among players.
Kevin Wright discusses how to approach the conversations that won’t come up at the family reunion, but should.
The story of humankind has been a repetitive one of indecision, divide and conquer, the haves and the have-nots living in one big house of cards.
Those with privileged lenses prove complicit on this love boat of institutional hypocrisy.
We spit in the face of domination and oppression by sharing our pain and learning to hear that of another.
Scientists, when thinking about the future are mixed in their reactions as to what is going to happen.
Feminist leanings allow for an incredibly inquisitive mind and stellar critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
Compassionate men, or women…may not want to read this Wikipedia article at all.
The rippling effects of power upon the sheep clamoring to watch the Super Bowl game, will be viewed with great enjoyment by the empowered, delighted the distraction is working.
Hope glimmers in the hearts of classmates and in one teacher remembering the ripples of progress a student gone-too-soon set in motion. Progress they will pay forward, despite recent terrifying changes to our nation.
Michael Oropollo believes political correctness and the war on privilege is just a new tactic of division and control, empowering no one. Do you agree?
Working-class orientation at the heart of white, anti-racist organizing
History can be told in terms of the break up and build up of monopolies and by those who take advantage of the losers—even orchestrating their misfortune.