There’s a lot of noise in the new media this morning, but does any of it really matter? We found 5 things you should know on this hump day.
We say goodbye to #CarrieFisher, worry about mall rats, and consider the possibility of racism at @Versace among 5 things you should know.
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.
We expect ads to say “buy my stuff” but in this season some are choosing to send a much broader message for everyone.
#IWantAmerica to be more than it is. More accepting. More intelligent. More purposeful. Turn down the hate, turn up the potential.
We’re too close to our own stories, perhaps. We don’t see how severely decayed our society is. We don’t have enough happy endings. Our solution: vote naked.
Hiding from our sins is epidemic. We don’t understand why people are upset about having their rights & identity trampled. We need to step out of the shadows
A lot of people are observing a moment of silence today, but if we want to honor the lives lost 15 years ago we need action, not silence. Read why.
This has been a week where the world’s actions have been more unacceptable than normal. We think it’s time people were called out and that change happens.
The world seems like a very horrible place right now. Music provides a necessary distraction. 3 new songs dropped last night from major artists. Listen.
There are no words that can fully express how I feel this morning. Our country is at a crossroads. Perhaps the words of others can inspire our actions.
A new survey from the Pew Research Center reveals that what blacks and whites understand about racial inequality is dramatically different. Dramatic change is needed.
If we’re looking for a balance between a glass half full and half empty, we may find that this week comes up short. Good is in short supply.
As the world mourns the death of Muhammad Ali, we are faced the challenge of adequately remembering someone who truly was The Greatest.
A little guy was awakened by a nightmare last night. Fortunately, his nightmare was just a dream and won’t become reality. Others, however …
Looking at old ads show how much progress we’ve made on social issues over the years, but we’re not nearly as progressive as we think.
Some discrimination in dating is a natural thing, but when that discrimination turns to racism one shows their level of hate, not ability to love.
The world is an absolute mess this morning and it would be really easy to just give up on everyone and everything. But, life is a cabaret, old chum. Come to the cabaret.
There will be a lot of talk about Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream today, but we are no closer to the realization of that dream than when he made the speech.
Tonight the President delivers his final State of the Union address, but no President has ever been exactly truthful about our country’s reality.