“Al-lah, Al-lah!” Go home, you filthy terrorist!” At least, those were the words I think I heard. To be honest, I sort of shut
In the past few months, I witnessed a reinvigoration of discussions regarding microaggressions– whether that’s a societal phenomenon, or just something I have personally
Following the attacks in Paris, Republican Presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich said that he wants to set up an agency with a
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