Who wouldn’t denounce hate crimes? A President Elect who has already failed his first test of leadership less than three days after his election.
We will not be silenced.
Losing doesn’t mean you stop fighting for what you believe in.
Teach your kids to celebrate differences.
I have to tell you something. You probably won’t like me for it. I am okay with that. I will tell you anyway, because it needs to be said.
While young people are massing together to protest the president elect, we’re witnessing an increase in racism, homophobia, and sexism. Here’s what you can do.
With a focus on action and intention rather the correct words and process, we can accomplish more together.
Who taught us to hate that which forms the rest of the world, not us?
“Hope is enough water to drown in.”
Can protesters organize an initiative to stop Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions from being confirmed as America’s Attorney General?
A father’s voice resonates across years and divisions: “You won’t know /how or when you cross the border, /but just howl your name— /others will find you.”
If his supporters expect us to give Trump a chance they have to first understand that they were sold a dream too.
I believe this moment holds a new possibility for us all.
The Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations says dozens reported hateful acts inspired by Trump since Election Day.
A new standard has been set. New precedents for acceptable behavior established. Abuse is now embraced as normalcy.
From the Civil Rights Movement to a rising prison population of African Americans – how did we get here? The powerful Netflix documentary “13th” explores.