We are members of a broken system that needs to be learned from, reviewed and renewed. A lot of people have the unfortunate burden of not understanding the importance of this until it happens to them. Because in reality, it can happen to you.
It's difficult enough raising a child in a world ravaged by war, disease, poverty and hate, but when you add the police state into the mix, it becomes near impossible to guard against the growing unease that some of the monsters of our age come dressed in government uniforms.
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However one feels about the Black Lives Matter movement, it has proven to be an instructive barometer for 21st century America. We continue to be a na...
Donald Trump's insinuation that Second Amendment supporters might be able to "do something" to stop a President Hillary Clinton is part of a disturbing trend that is not without consequences.
Dear Parents, I feel that this is a perfect time to discuss the sensitive topic about how to talk about race with your kids. Today I am going to focu...
On Saturday afternoon, Imam Alauddin Akonjee, 55, and Thara Uddin, 64, of the Al-Furqan Jame Masjid were murdered in the middle of the street in Queen...
The police are acting in the name of our government. We pay their salaries to "serve and protect" all of us, regardless of color. When the police go beyond that to assault or to kill anybody, regardless of color, they are violating their function.
Georgia is an interesting state. It's known for its peaches, its pecans and recently for its perverts. Now it's not a stretch that some of you might be thinking I'm referring to Mr. Freddie Wadsworth of Paulding County, Georgia.
The systemic violence being perpetrated by agents of the government has done more collective harm to the American people and our liberties than any single act of terror.
Medical and public health personnel need you, our fellow Americans, to be part of the changes in policy and culture that will end gun violence. We can stop another American town from becoming a mass shooting hashtag.
Fighting to end gun violence in the United States, in other words, has long been a gay rights issue; it's been affecting our families for generations
Any police officer who shoots to kill is playing with fire. In that split second of deciding whether to shoot and where to aim, that officer has appointed himself judge, jury and executioner over a fellow citizen.
Just as quickly as everyone had crossed over to the next car, the door hurled open and this time, the man who was being confronted sped past us towards the front of the car. "He's got a gun," he said, his voice cracking.
Corporate leaders like Tim Ryan, PwC's U.S. chairman, are tackling the delicate issue head-on with their staff in the hopes that the conversation will extend far beyond the walls of their business. Here's our full video interview about business leadership.
Some days, being a parent is too much. Too much stress. Too much worry. Too much potential for disaster. And lately, it doesn't feel too far-fetched that something horrible could happen.