Lebron James, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul and Dwayne Wade called on all athletes to use their influence and abilities to bring real change into the world.
CBS Correspondent Steve Hartman has a few ideas on how we can all heal.
It’s heartbreaking we have regressed so far.
The truth about power hungry cops, racism, and what it will take to fix the problem.
Dr. Walter Sims says it begins with a Committee of One.
The Orlando massacre is an extreme example of the public health crisis of anti-LGBT violence in America.
STAND corresponded with author Steve Almond about his book Against Football: One Fan’s Reluctant Manifesto.
If we’re going to prevent violence we need to recognize that the origins of violence begin in childhood abuse, neglect, and abandonment.
Steve Garrett shares how insecurity is just a mask, obscuring who we really are.
America woke up this weekend to the news of the deadliest civilian mass shooting in the nation’s history. The senseless tragedy will undoubtedly evoke anger, sadness and helplessness.
Sexism in Game of Thrones does not rely on humour to make it palatable, nor is it hidden under a veil of nostalgia.
As many men and women struggle to deal with what happened on Sunday morning, our collective responses—not reactions—deserve closer examination.
Yes, 19 people can cause terrible suffering, but a million men working together, aggregating their individual acts of kindness into a global movement for social good, is infinitely more powerful.
We have to be careful not to overly restrict children’s lives based on myths about childhood innocence and children’s inability to distinguish between real life and fantasy.
I never met the good people who were shot in the Pulse Club in Orlando, but I feel I know them somehow. Their injuries and their passing hit me like the death of old trusted friends whose loss to me is palpable.
Peter LaBerge’s poem resonates painfully with the Orlando shooting and with the broader culture of LGBTQ victimization which enabled it.