If you have never had someone enter your house without invitation, then I guess Covid-19 must have given you a clue. No one can particularly blame anyone for the problems caused, but surely, there will be a a cause to blame for stagnation as a country or a corporate body, beyond this pandemic.
Almost 50 years ago in the summer of 1971, former president Nixon declared a war on drugs in the United States. Since the 1800s, laws and regulations have been passed to control substance abuse and overdose rates. What are the most effective regulations and programs to date, and what can we do?
Democracy is an interactive, participatory sport that demands that we take notice and act. Craig Yoe has compiled several comicbooks from the '50s & '60s that promoted voting and engagement with the voting process. This is that book.
The Establishment has failed students over COVID-19. It is their future we have plundered. So let's stop using them as scapegoats, and encourage them to speak out against the most disastrous, disproportionate and irrational response to a virus outbreak in living memory.
This article is an examination and case study for the current movement to Defund Police. What "Defund Police" truly means. Its historical context and contemporary urgency, and how it is key in the fight to protect Black and Brown lives, all from the prospective of an educated Black man.
For years activists have strived for their voices to be peacefully recognized. And for years the opposition laughed in their faces. The moderates rolled their eyes, and though the allies tweeted and shared their words of support, those words have not yet made a difference.
Throughout the past few months ( and even year) I've heard a lot of comments regarding the wave of climate strikes that began in 2018 and carries on until today. Let's talk about what climate activism means to brown communities like mine.
There is too much probesity going on these days – the opposite of the pro-ana (pro-anorexia nervosa) movement. Probesity is the normalization of significant overweight. There’s a big difference between pushing the idea of self-confidence no matter what your size and that of preaching probesity.
7 Indians we strongly feel deserve a film in their own right.
Status are falling and buildings are being renamed that honor historical figures that offend the tender sensibilities of leftist fringe groups. If we are determined to erase all of the names of those in America's history that were not without controversy, then isn't it time to rename JFK airport?
One of the most revealing and dramatic moments in the award-winning HBO documentary "Hacking Democracy" occurs when a team of election integrity activists witness a vote hack. The machine is the kind of paper ballot vote tabulator which is common...
An inside look at racism, sexual harassment and labor law violations at United Parcel Service.
How the world will become predominantly vegan in 40 years, and it's not what you think.
How harmful are gossip tabloids? How invasive can paparazzi harassment be on Celebrities and their families - and what about the emotional effect on their diehard fans in the millions?
Where abundance is on one side and poverty on the other, one person can make a difference. One person truly can change the world. Read how.
"A person who brings social or political change by campaigning is an activist." Successful Activist "A successful activist is that who arise with such determination that he bound people to accept his demands". Skills of successful activist ...
Sandy Oaks Volunteer Fire Department Makes It's Last Call, thanks to County Commissioner Rodriguez and ESD6 President, Sylvia Ruiz Mendelsohn, funding was cut and the Dept. was shut down.
The 1989 coup d’ etat against then President Corazon Aquino was one of six coups d' etat under her administration. But this time, the rebel army, led by Lt. Gregorio "Gringo" Honasan almost won. At the end of the day, it failed like the others....
This talks about a woman (female activist) getting arrested in New York, even though she was not violating any laws. She may be unaware that the same thing happened in 2005 and the woman sued the city and got paid $29,000 to settle it.
Do you want to know how indigenous people adapt in rainforests? Or how life is sustained in rainforest? Well this lens is constructed especially for you. Yet still if you are looking for educational materials related to this topic then I'd rather...
I wrote this essay in 2006 for a Grade 12 politics class. When writing an essay or an assignment for school the hardest part for me was figuring out where to start. I believe that getting a few ideas by seeing examples and reading other peoples...
There are a few simple steps everyone can take against GMOs in the food supply. Every consumer has the power to shift the market and have their voice heard in the GMO debate.
As U.S. citizens continue to get inundated with "weapons of mass deception" coming from the conservative wing of the GOP, I decided to clarify a few things and set the record straight, so to speak. Conservative pundits are paid millions by Corporate...