Bias comes in many different forms, and it doesn’t always add up the way we expect.
There were huge ways that LGBT people made gains this year. Alex Temblador counts them out.—January 4, 2015Austria allows same-sex couples to adopt.January 20, 2015President Obama uses the word “transgender” in a State of the Union address, the first for any U.S. president.January 21, 2015Israel now allows transgender persons to legally change their gender without…
Warren Blumenfeld shows the absurdity of a new trend.
Is the lack of healthcare literacy affecting men’s ability to provide for their families? Brittni Brown examines the statistics.
Democracy only works when most people vote and participate. Voting should be encouraged, facilitated, easy, and free from coercion and fraud.
Dr. Warren Blumenfeld discusses how minority groups in the US live with the constant fear of random and unprovoked violence directed against them simply on account of their social identities.
Nick Ng on why he doesn’t want to be labeled as an “Asian American.”
Dr. Warren Blumenfeld on Russia’s LGBT issue and how dominant groups marginalize minorities by creating false and stereotypical caricatures.
One immigration restrictionist group wants unemployed Americans to remember that undocumented immigrants are responsible for high unemployment rates among minorities.
Mike Sliwa believes blame has replaced responsibility and therefore reinforced dominant points of view.
Tim Brown looks at Fruitvale Station through the lens of “That could’ve been me.”
Some Republicans are arguing they can win by writing off minority voters. But this would be bad for the GOP and terrible for the country.
Yesterday, America went back in time. What does the Supreme Court decision and the Wendy Davis filibuster mean for the “future”?
The Supreme Court has ruled against an Arizona law that requires voters to provide proof of citizenship in addition to a driver’s license before they can register to vote.
Talking about empathy is great, but doing it can change lives
Seeing yourself in the bigger picture of oppression.