People possibly find it easier to empathize with those from the past than those living today.
How do you stand up and speak out when you see injustice?
Being a greater force for good in the world.
On Holocaust Rememberance Day 2014, Andy Schulkind thinks it’s important to never forget.
A preview of coming attractions.
The red state prejudice the author experienced growing up has now surfaced in his bluest of blue states.
Poland is pushing forward with a controversial law that stifles freedom of speech for its citizens and rewrites the country’s role in World War II.
The rising tide of fascism demonstrated in Poland represents a larger movement gaining hold throughout Europe and the United States.
I called to the Lord from my narrow prison & he answered me in the freedom of space.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Lawrence Hill, who is one of Canada’s most distinguished and published authors, discuss everything in Hill’s purview.
Sofiul Azam’s second “Persecution” poem continues a dialog among Jews, Muslims, Hindus, and Sikhs.
We’re honored to present the first part of a three-poem sequence exploring anti-Semitism and Islamophobia; a series that grew out of Bangladeshi poet Sofiul Azam’s correspondence with U.S. poet Robert Pinsky.
Why does America refuse to acknowledge its violent history of racism?
We can’t do what we always do in America – cover up the scars of the past and pretend that they didn’t happen.
And, maybe, one day we won’t need to speak of “meanies” anymore.
Do supernatural, diabolical forces exist or do genes determine human propensity for evil?