White people need to wake up – and we need to go to work.
In the midst of America’s healing, Alton Sterling’s death should be a call to action to think less about statistics and more about the quality of life.
Dan Pallotta dreams of a time when we are as excited, curious and scientific about the development of our humanity as we are about the development of our technology
Can man change the world without knowing it? A high school student’s creation says yes, it can.
Ernest Roberts believes there’s more to living life than meets the eye. He examines these five unique reasons why.
As Americans, we want to do Big Things to improve “Humanity.” But we can’t do that unless we learn how to love the humans living right next to us.
Real artificial intelligence may never emerge, but on film it allows a closer look at ourselves.
In a random act of kindness, this homeless dad thought he and his daughter were getting some easter baskets from strangers. What they actually got was the car from which the baskets came. “This literally solves all of my problems right now,” the dad exclaimed.
Your reality is different than my reality, and that’s okay.
Lisa Hickey looks at the way math is replacing guns as the tool of choice to solve problems in some of the Oscar-nominated films of 2016.
Our existence is all about us, Right? Are you a human supremacist?
We all grieve in our own way. John Morello chose haunting prose to heal himself and others in the wake of his brother’s death.
While the term “radical” is thrown around loosely these days, standing for what you think is right might be wrong.
Art, passion, black culture. Anthony Carter says these are the things dreams are made of.
What if beauty actually functioned as a way of connecting us?
“If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we should find in each man’s life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.” — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow