Stephán Amery McKenzie takes on the stuff we need to fight now more than ever.
Mike Kasdan breaks down the playbook repeatedly employed by those who deny racism, sexism, climate change, and even the Holocaust.
Refusing to tolerate bigotry does not abrogate the bigot’s rights.
Standing up for the voice of those deemed insignificant is nothing to fear; don’t be misinformed.
Hope glimmers in the hearts of classmates and in one teacher remembering the ripples of progress a student gone-too-soon set in motion. Progress they will pay forward, despite recent terrifying changes to our nation.
White men can help fight white supremacy
Mourning the loss of a grand ideal
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.
“Anything you respond with is for you, not the other person.”
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.
Those people who claim to follow Jesus have a duty to embody this new reality
A new standard has been set. New precedents for acceptable behavior established. Abuse is now embraced as normalcy.
A self-professed nation of immigrants risks no longer being an inviting place.
Now that the elections are over, we have work to do as a country. We must implement new self-correcting methodologies for the needed healing atmosphere.
Illuminating the fog of sexism allows us to shine a light on misperceptions, and to more accurately gauge its weight, relevance and our own contributions into keeping it alive.
The prerogative of those with power and privilege to grant permission to the powerless may be dividing us further.