We all agree things need to change. The first thing needs to be how we talk about change.
Research techniques currently used for extremely rare but dangerous diseases could be used to investigate mass shooting events.
Do residents of our nation really need so many guns, assault rifles and others?
Violence and the threat of violence comprise two of the many elements connecting the multiple forms of oppression.
A man deflects praise and shines the light on others. A man understands that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.
Men are both stuck in “first half of life thinking” and also suffering from an inordinate burden of shame.
No matter how politicians and pundits spin things, Pulse was a gay bar on Latin night.
Young people have always been integral in the success of social movements and today they are shaking up traditionally dichotomous binary notions of gender.
Because light is greater than darkness, the human spirit is stronger than fear, and love is the most powerful force in the world and will always win.
The house is a rockin’ with chants of #NoBillNoBreak and #NoFlyNoBuy as Dems take their seats – on the floor.
The horror wasn’t a “one time thing”. Just the first time the world seems to be paying attention.
It really is this simple. Prejudice has to be taught; it is not an inherent condition.
When you’re a 6’2″ 210-pound, gay, black male the bad guys might be out to get you. But you can still have an open heart.
The tragedy in Orlando has turned into a political stepping stone with many of our leaders are portraying themselves as nothing but shills to a party line.
In the midst of tragedy, you are either going to become a breeder of further hatred and chaos, or a positive voice for change.
Highlights from the voices that have spoken out in the wake of the mass shooting. And an invitation to be part of the conversation.