Abortion opponents often like to dwell on minutia, such as whether or not Planned Parenthood profits from making embryonic organs available for life-saving research.
One of the interesting differences between the discord following the deaths of unarmed black men in Ferguson, MO and Baltimore is to what extent
I decided I wanted to don the hijab last summer. It’s been almost a year now since I became a hijabi (someone who wears
Republican legislators and Governor Mike Pence in Indiana have presented us with the latest incarnation of church – state relations in the United States.
What would have happened on that hot August afternoon had a social worker come upon Michael Brown on Canfield Avenue? What if a
We need to have a serious discussion about race. Because believe it or not, not talking about race is not going to end racism;
For Literacy Day, the United Nations made an infographic looking at literacy statistics around the world. Education is listed again and again as one
A few years back, I was searching for essay contests to enter (they were for extra credit; don’t judge), and I stumbled on one
Questions related to reproductive health, and most specifically abortion, are not easy to answer. Choice is the kind of issue that should humble us
Great news from the humanitarian ideas department. In 2006, Doug Sharp, of Des Moines IA, put together a team of architects with the goal