This was the question Milo Yiannopoulos, technology editor for Breitbart, the mainsail of alt-right news, posed to his 21,000 Twitter members the end of last year.
In American society, are sexism, racism, patriarchy, and white supremacy the exception or the norm?
We are well known for our ability to create what we need despite meager resources.
Steven Cordova pokes at American exceptionalism and willful ignorance.
The ignorance that stems from denying our connections to the rest of the world is the problem.
Here’s a PSA from Andy Mientus.
He knows what he did was wrong, but he was also a victim. There is another side to his story.
Quit acting like it’s something to be fixed.
Many white folks don’t understand the definition of institutional or systemic racism, and that’s got to change.
Implementing still more laws that segregate and discriminate, Southern states showcase the worst of human fears and ignorance.
Club ordered to pay $15K to trans man beaten and assaulted by bouncers for using men’s restroom.
Steve Nazarian shares three snapshots he has encountered and seeks conversations and solutions to his question.
Are there times when a man’s ignorance is acceptable, or even necessary?
LeRon Barton on making it plain, listening completely, being like water, and other life lessons.
Can you respect a person but not their opinions or have they become so intertwined as to become indistinguishable?
Jim Mitchem on “the line”—at what stage do we start getting older? And why does it matter?