A Year of Remembrance 2016 has been a year of tremendous tragedy, sorrow, social divisiveness, and political turmoil. We’ve seen the deaths of prominent celebrities, like Nathalie Cole, Alan Rickman, … Continue reading Hope and The Righteous Side of History
Former Brazil president Lula poised for corruption trial, associates fear “The justices will take a position in the coming days, in the coming weeks, not only with respect … Continue reading The Week in Stories Around the Globe
Here Is The Powerful Letter The Stanford Victim Read Aloud To Her Attacker “A former Stanford swimmer who sexually assaulted an unconscious woman was sentenced to six months … Continue reading The Week in Stories Around the Globe
The Friend and the Controversy In 2012, a good friend of mine, Terri, called me up one evening. At the time, they identified as female, but that night they felt … Continue reading Who Knew Taking a S*%t Would Be So Controversial in the 21st Century? The Trans Debate.
In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons President Obama called for an end to nuclear weapons in a solemn visit … Continue reading The Week in Stories Around the Globe
Almost 80 percent of Indian women face public harassment in cities – survey “Safety of women is directly related to patriarchal mind sets that manifests itself in streets, homes … Continue reading The Week in Stories Around the Globe
The Controversy On April 26, 2016, Old Navy sent out a tweet that drove the Twitter-Verse into a frenzy and rapidly sparked backlash from the loveliest of twitter trolls. “What … Continue reading Blue Jeans and Cheerios Make Racists Go Cray Cray: On Interracial Love in the U.S.