Our limitations can affect us less than how others judge us for those limitations.
Scott Douglas Jacobsen interview friends, colleagues, and experts, on harm reduction and its implications in Canadian society.
In the same way people think of Marie Curie or Jane Goodall as scientific pioneers, Maryam Mirzakhani will go down in history as a trailblazer.
Utah Rep. Mia Love doesn’t seem to like them.
A major theme of grassroots town hall meeting by Trump resistance group.
Creating Black wrestlers on video games pushed back against the homogeneity of an industry and a dominant culture that centered whiteness.
A Hollywood blockbuster about a quadriplegic man is causing controversy within the disabled community.
A beloved toy company joins the fight for equality – not just for kids, but for all mankind.—Representation is vital. It’s vital to us as individuals, as a demographic and as a society. It, in all its forms, impacts and changes the face of the world with every person or group of people who stands…
They lack representation in media and sometimes, their very existence is denied. Invisibility shouldn’t be bisexuals’ only superpower.
What do you think of these role-reversed ads?
The NCAA may ban Penn State from football for “lack of institutional control” and “inaction,” writes education attorney and former higher education administrator Galen Medley.