As higher coronavirus rates forces us back into seclusion, these solitary images bring us some joy.
There is no way we could express how we feel about this year using any form of traditional imagery.
Shelve your fear and your white fragility. The time has come for drastic action.
Dreams give us the ability to experience what we know may never come true.
More than a slogan, more than a movement, Black Lives Matter is something we need to believe
How much of this post can we create from our phone and what are the results of all those details?
Looking at the lawn that is our culture we find ourselves in severe need of maintenance. Time to cut the grass and clean things up.
Being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes is scary, especially when there’s no choice but to dine out. Are there places I can safely eat? Yes, there are.
A simple enough response to a disturbing situation. #TuesdayMotivation to push us through the rest of the week.
We are slobs. Look at the way we dress, the way we treat others, the way we act. The effects are showing, too. This is an uncomfortable conversation.
The #RetouchersAccord wants to bring ethics to Photoshop use, but whose ethics and why? We take issue with the concept.
We may well be at the point where we cannot afford to sit back and watch, or wait until 2018.
When Raoul Peck’s documentary “I am not your negro” opens tomorrow, every person in the US needs to be standing in line
This has been a helluva year. We’re not just saying goodbye to 2016, we’re shooting it in the head. Here, let me explain, why … pull up a chair and grab a beer.
There are several aspects of 2016 that we just don’t need to carry forward into the new year. Here are our top 10 things to leave behind.
Our world is filled with belief systems that are not merely inaccurate but put other people, sometimes the whole world, in danger. We must challenge them.
As long as the rights of indigenous people are denied, America cannot call itself great. Standing Rock is yet another in a long line of broken promises.
Our kids came home from school with a letter for immigrants. The fear that our immigrant communities face runs deeper than we can imagine.
This post-Thanksgiving rush headlong into the winter holidays isn’t leaving me very festive. Reality is just too oppressive.
Fidel Castro is dead. He rode to dominance on a wave of popularity that ruined the lives of thousands in Cuba. We need to not make the same mistake.
Does Thanksgiving really matter or is it just a day of greed and over-consumption. Our challenge is to redefine what being thankful really means.
Not happy with your Thanksgiving plans? Try something different. Different place. Different food. Different people. Let us guide you.
Is it necessary or polite to apologize for being the voice of opposition? No, not now, nor has it ever been. No apologies are necessary.
Hardly anyone I’ve talked with is satisfied with the current state of the world. The solution, however, begins with ourselves.
Many have called for us to unify behind the new president-elect, but can we morally and ethically justify doing so? We have 5 questions you need to ask.
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