As a society, we must take this incident -- appearing in the public consciousness during our #MeToo moment -- as an opportunity to have some painful, nuanced conversations…
Sometimes art is so powerful, so courageous, it unsettles you, startles you awake, makes you re-think your world view, and you can’t shake it.
Veteran New York stage actress, the beautiful, incomparable Cheray O’Neal, has created just such a piece with her virtuosic one-woman show, the critically acclaimed, twice-NAACP-Image-Award-nominated Journey This…
This is a watershed moment for the GOP. A President who boasted about sexual assault has nominated a judge for an empty Supreme Court seat -- and a woman has accused that judge of physical and sexual assault, an accusation he vehemently denies. The outcome of the hearings could decide the fate of women's bodily autonomy for the foreseeable future.
“I never want to see a little girl lose hope of her dreams. So I will always encourage young girls to go after what they truly want to do. When you do love something, it’s not a job. From the time I graduated from the apprenticeship, I have always tried to encourage women. I never sugar-coated it. It’s not glamorous operating giant machines in sideways rain and ice. but there are those women who shine through…”
“Across the tutor’s living room where our freshman orientation took place, the young man with the glistening black pompadour and mustache immediately caught my eye. Fresh from Roosevelt High School, Alfred looked more grown up than the rest of us motley freshmen moving into Harvard’s Canaday Hall dorm. His startling hazel eyes stood out against his brown skin, reflecting more of life’s heartbreak than the rest of us had seen, already alchemizing it into compassion…”
As he was flying home from his treasonous summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump was watching Fox News and discovering that even his usual cheerleaders find his subservient performance on the world stage disgraceful.
Trump doesn't know it yet, but he just rendered himself a lame duck president…
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