Warren Blumenfeld hopes ‘Never Again’ will someday prevent bloodshed and genocide, instead of symbolizing promises unfulfilled.
So much has been happening in the world lately. I don’t know whether I should react or retreat.
A poem about finding oneself and living life fully
How do we react when confronted with our privilege?
Life is too short. It’s fleeting. Spend it doing stuff that matters with people that matter. That’s probably the best and only advice on manhood you’ll ever need.
In rapid staccato, Darius Simpson refuses to pledge allegiance to genocide.
Rick Goodwin attempts to heal men’s soul wounds: the bleeding of their hearts, the psychic suffering. He works to lay to rest ghosts that do not sleep, ghosts originating from unfathomable sources of pain.
Since when has it come to be that quality of life is directly proportional to how well we let ourselves indulge?
We must express our outrage. We must stand up for civilization.
Warriors put their lives in harms way and sacrifice themselves for us all. Moments of grace such as these make life so much better.
Her assimilation was so complete and thorough, all she could see was her education.
World involvement in Iraq is critical to saving lives and preventing a destabilized region from erupting into full chaos with disastrous worldwide implications
Author Joe Carter speaks on how violence against black males is wiping out some family bloodlines
The last full viewing of the AIDS Quilt is among the many events within the second half of 1996–your childhood.
This comment by Warren Blumenfeld on the post Contributors to Genocide & Holding Corporations Accountable
Joanna Schroeder explains the horrible and inevitable outcome of using Native images and names as mainstream team mascots, as displayed by an Alabama high school last weekend.