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I Am The 1% (And You Are, Too)
Career Coach + Resume Writer | Crushing Fear and Promoting Wonder
I still remember the Occupy Wall Street slogans and chants in lower Manhattan a few years ago: “SHAME ON THE 1%! SHAME ON
Hindu Americans In Trump’s America: Seeking Solidarity Over Nationalism
Resident Physician, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Med...
The next four years and beyond will require resilience.
Yesterday And Today
50-something writer, playwright, & author of the blog “I Feel ...
The Current Moment: What's Ageism Got To Do With It?
Author and anti-ageism activist at ThisChairRocks.com and YoIs...
I wake these days remembering that something awful has happened. Reality assembles itself, and I feel worse. The multicultural, egalitarian, globalized society I hope to inhabit is under assault.
Outraged By What's Happening In Syria? Do Something About It.
Change requires action. It's time to get involved.
You Cannot Designate Yourself An Ally By Wearing A Safety Pin
Brown Girl Magazine
Brown Girl is the premier publication tailored for the young m...
Wearing a safety pin doesn't help anyone. While the intention was commendable, there is no solidarity without strategy.
Can A Safety Pin Really Pop Our Collective Angst?
Behavioral Science Therapist and Professor, Recovering Perfect...
Worldwide Solidarity with a Green Party POTUS
Feminist, humanitarian, advocate for marginalized persons & an...
Colin Kaepernick: Quarterback, Activist And Norm Entrepreneur
Professor of Philosophy, Ethicist, Lecturer, Author
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Two Months After Pulse: A Trans Perspective On Queer Unity
Trans Rights Advocate, Feminist, Musician, Volunteer Coordinat...
It’s sad to think that it could take this kind of massacre to bring our community together,
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
'People's Tribunal' Launched In Haiti To Commemorate 101 Years Of U.S. Occupation
Anthropologist Working in Haiti; Professor of NGOs
Especially in this volatile electoral season - in Haiti as in the U.S. - it is easy to lose sight of history and structural causes of today's social ills. The People's Tribunal allows for an imagination and articulation of solutions.
Education In Prison: A Spiritual Revolution America Needs
Associate Professor of Religion, Belmont University
Higher education for the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated is an extension of King's spiritual explosion of a material atom. Higher education in prison can be for many who are incarcerated a path to wholeness and productivity in various areas of life.
World Leaders And Mourners Stand With Munich After Deadly Shooting
Dear Munich: You're not alone.
Moments Of Silence, Broken: Thoughts About Nice From 'Space'
Sheyna E. Gifford, MD, MA, MS
Chief Medical Officer of HI-SEAS IV, Earth's longest NASA-fund...
Being human is remarkable. We have the way. All that's needed is the will. The will to help each other through this and not hurt people. How do we find the will? Someone once wrote that all things began with a word.
White People, We Must Resist The Urge To Stay Comfortable
Originally from Tel Aviv, currently in Philadelphia. ESL. Hunt...
The only difference between the content of the march yesterday and the March today was that the people leading the way were white. As long as we, white people, are uncomfortable with Black leadership, change is impossible.
High school student with a passion for everything.
Malala Yousafzai once said, "When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful." We, as global citizens, must take it upon ourselves to be the voice of change when no one else is willing to.
Orlando Inks Up In Solidarity #OrlandoStrong
Freelance writer covering all things digital business
any Orlando tattoo shops have created special designs donated proceeds to the victims over the weekend, and lines were out the door and down the block. What a great way to show support for the victims and the gay community!
What The Orlando Shooting Means For Latino Civil Society
Hector E. Sanchez
Executive Director, LCLAA & Chair, NHLA
These policy reforms, and many others, are important because we cannot advance the well-being of the Latino community, or the nation as a whole, if we fail to create a society in which we respect the dignity of every LGBTQ person and enable them to live to their full potential.
The Toll of Muslim Masculinity: How It Is Pondered, Practiced, Perpetuated - and Poisonous
Student at Columbia University
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After Orlando Shooting, The World Showed Up To Defy Hate With Love
From thousands lining up to give blood to gay choruses singing "We Shall Overcome," the world showed up for Orlando.
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