In a world where movies and TV sitcoms export American soft power to the world, Asian-Americans are invisible. It's a story we certainly can relate to.
While I couldn’t possibly understand the emotions one feels from having a loved one murdered, I'd like to think my humanity includes the ability to forgive.
I don’t mean this to be a review of Between the World and Me. I will leave the reviews to others. Instead, it’s an urgent request: read this book.
Companies use them for legal reasons, but as we get older, we create disclaimers of our own: "I was never an active person, so this really isn't for me."
The Dominican Constitutional Court rendered some 200,000 of its citizens stateless. Civil rights advocate France François tells us why we should care.
Black men should refrain from ordaining themselves designators of what is and what isn’t worthy of black people’s attention.
It’s easy to look at the youth of today and say that they’re a lost generation. But recently, it was made very clear to me that our youth are far from lost.
I owe much of my technology career and many of my technical skills to the magic that occurs at the intersection of curiosity and opportunity.
“So…” my dad said. “I heard that you were gay.” “I am,” I said as I moved from underneath his umbrella. “Well, you know you are going to hell, right?”
Presented on July 5, 1852, Frederick Douglass poses a question that many in America feel is as particularly resonant today as it was back then.