Our heritage is one of champions and pioneers. We cannot give into fear or ignorance or old thinking that no longer serves our present or our future. No, we are pacesetters, influencers, and bold believers in a new ethos that embraces the birth of a new movement.
My appeal to you is that as this election cycle gratefully and finally comes to a close, you do not give up hope. We are not doomed unless we stop believing.
You know what they say, “a road trip is not a road trip until you make a wrong turn.”
Why do we call it “Family Planning” when we can all see clearly that it is women who shoulder all the responsibility and who have been given all the tools.
The story behind Soul Fam’s new release, Envision, and how the gift of poetry and music carried one artist into a place of love and compassion.
The culture of corruption that enabled a Trooper to lie about Sandra Bland’s arrest needs to be put to rest.
African countries’ anti-gay stance hurts more than just African LGBT people.
In Kenya, where only 3% of the population owns cars, what makes drivers slow down? How might we see roads differently?
Alex Dick-Godfrey finds that al Shabaab might have a valid point about occupying forces in Somalia.
Richard Hess, a Drama teacher on a Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Kenya, struggles to understand Kenyan humor, and learns a bit about eating along the way.
Cameron Conaway interviews award-winning social entrepreneur Ned Breslin.
Young inventor Richard Turere talks about his invention “lion lights,” an elegant way he designed to protect his family’s cattle from lion attacks.
“Everywhere I go, people, be they rich or poor, black or white, men or women, all express the same unease and frustration about modern life with its crowded cities, crowded roads, crowded schools and crowded hospitals.”
The Vasectomy Project is encouraging men to join forces and take responsibly for family planning. This is an opportunity to bring people together to talk about our collective responsibility while offering men a concrete way to contribute towards a solution by having a vasectomy.
Jonathan Stack’s scary—but funny—experience with being nearly arrested in Guinea leads to a revelation.
Getting resettled in the U.S. was a miracle none of the Lost Boys could ever have imagined on their years-long odyssey.