The authors of a study of racial attitudes and mass media content weigh in on whether race continues to play a role in whites’ worldviews.
Actor-director Nate Parker is passionate about making a difference. In our web-exclusive post, he says, “There is a divide in America…One that threatens this generation and every generation in this country to come.”
Public Citizen president Robert Weissman expresses his concern over the rising expenditures by outside organizations in U.S. elections.
“My life journey has been blessed by its racial diversity…Yet, I also have come to understand how much I still have to learn about race in this country and how much I will never be able learn.”
Annually, we all make resolutions usually related to financial, spiritual, educational or physical health. Renowned Cleveland Clinic surgeon Dr. Linda Bradley wants you to think about your most important possession, and says healthy individuals make stronger communities.
Guest blogger Bonnie St. John recalls the 1984 Innsbruck Games and shares what the Paralympic world had known since the beginning: athletic competition among people with disabilities is intense and exciting.
Guest blogger Isabelle Ofume argues that the topic of poverty is extensive because solutions and discussions on poverty lack specific focus.
Guest blogger Sean Breeze asks: How can we construct a proper policy prescription for attacking the multifaceted challenges of poverty when we approach the problem with a preconceived notion that there is something already wrong with the personhood of the poor?
January is National Mentoring Month. In honor of the occasion, we take a look at WriteGirl – a creative writing and mentoring organization for teen girls.
Author Tom Fields-Meyer writes: “People expect a book about autism to be depressing, but ours is anything but a sob story. Instead of trying to “fix” Ezra I learned to appreciate and applaud his distinctive qualities.” Read an excerpt from his book and join the discussion.