Sometimes a big shift in representation can happen with a relatively small project, like increasing diversity in stock photography.
If the only way you can criticise someone is through the use of -isms, check yourself. How does your rhetoric enforce injustice?
Understanding how a bill becomes a law can help you understand how and when to get involved in the process, and when you need to worry.
A Monster Calls is a beautiful, striking, tragic book that is suitable for all fans of good literature but perhaps most particularly for those who are grieving.
After twenty years, Buffy the Vampire Slayer retains its iconic cult status, and says a lot about creating enduring art.
In 2016, California voters said they wanted to fast track the death penalty. How does one of the most progressive states in the union have the largest death row population, and, apparently, a thirst for capital punishment?
The consolidation of veterinary clinics marks another important shift in the way Americans approach animal care, and it’s not a good one.
It’s International Women’s Day and time for an important reminder: All women are women, no matter who they are, where they come from, or their background.
There appears to be some confusion as to the nature of the First Amendment, so it’s time for another little refresher. There will be a test.
People like to claim that sexual interest in conventionally attractive people is ‘just a preference’ and purely coincidental, but it’s a highly socially loaded act.