For many of you, this was your first march or protest … what an historic debut. What you do tomorrow matters.
On the eve of the confirmation hearing of David B. Friedman as US Ambassador to Israel, a Jewish family confronts horrifying differences among the withering hope of solidarity.
Who wouldn’t denounce hate crimes? A President Elect who has already failed his first test of leadership less than three days after his election.
Ask Donald Trump to speak definitively on diversity and inclusion.
Pennsylvania doesn’t have a hate crime statute, but one who, fueled by animosity, acts maliciously towards another can be charged with ethnic intimidation.
We all agree things need to change. The first thing needs to be how we talk about change.
By focusing the role of the victims we are being emotionally tone deaf, and a greater part of the problem than we ultimately realize.
The plot thickens.
There is no hatred inherent in the unity of mankind, and there is no mistaking; to exist fully, we must stand united, or individually, fall.
Many remember the horror of seeing Matthew Shepard crucified on a cold Wyoming plain 18 years ago. Here is a letter to the slain Matthew from a gay dad of today. If you don’t know Matthew, or even if you think you do, you need to read this. —This week, Matthew Shepard, had he lived,…
Rick Williams is demanding #JusticeForShayan, and after reading this, you probably will too.
How many have to die before the world acknowledges their truths?
For trans people and asexuals, coming out isn’t just about visibility. It’s survival.
Condemning the inexcusable violence committed by the shooters in Garland, France and Denmark doesn’t stop us from questioning the justification for the cartoon contest and subsequent exhibit. Are they not simply provocations of a minority by the majority
It’s back-to-school time. If you have, or even know, an LGBT kid, tune in.
Last week’s mass killing in Charleston leaves a white man asking questions and filled with sadness.