Are the women of your statehouse properly attired?
Instead of fixing their image by legislating responsibly, some state lawmakers say a dress code will suffice — for women, of course.
Indigenous youths keep ancient forestry traditions alive in the Philippines
In the southern Philippines’ Misamis Oriental province, Indigenous Higaonon practice a forest management tradition known as panlaoy.
Is the right wing ‘whitewashing’ the history curriculum taught in public schools?
A fight over new history curriculum standards in Virginia is part of a nationwide campaign to undermine public schools and prevent educators from teaching the truth about America’s inequality.
The dark side of sports stadiums
When it comes to stadium deals, the only winners are billionaires.
How books can be used to build up America or to divide it
The assault on classroom libraries represents one front in DeSantis’s scorched-earth campaign to divide communities and marginalize certain Americans.
Why Damar Hamlin didn’t die for our sins
I’ve wondered if that specter of sudden death could become a turning point in the history of what’s arguably America’s most popular and perilous pastime.
Connecting with nature is a path to finding joy in life
An interview with the creator of the short film “Ode to Joy,” which celebrates connection with nature as a portal to deeper connection with self and each other.
11th Commandment from Jesus at the Super Bowl: “Thou shall have no other brands...
Right now, second only to Trump and his farcical election deniers, are there any greater hypocrites in the world than extremist American fundamentalists?
In New York Times op-ed, US physician blasts ‘lucrative system of for-profit medicine’
"Doctors' sense of our complicity in putting profits over people has grown more difficult to ignore."
Who will speak up for my child, the drag queen?
I will be equally proud of my country when enough of us stand up strongly for the right to, and value of, gender fluidity.