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How I Became a Masked Man and Why I Unveiled

By Richard Taylor 6.1.16 (Lifestyle): Remembering traumatic situations is always a challenge for the one doing the recalling

The Fierce Urgency of Now

After spending a week of planning In Birmingham, AL with colleagues & leaders from around the

Will Everyone Shut Up Already About How the Nordic Countries Top Every Global Ranking?

The Nordic countries are paradigms of equality, good education, female empowerment, and progressiveness. We know this

Louisiana Residents Warned of Brain-Eating Organism in Water Supply

For the third time in a year, Louisiana residents are being cautioned to watch out for

Lack of toilets blights the lives of 2.5bn people, UN chief warns

Via The Guardian The world’s lack of progress in building toilets and ending open defecation is

17 Beliefs About Sexual Assault That Are Dead Wrong

Drinking puts you at risk of rape. Wearing revealing clothing makes you a target for harassment.

Extreme Recess for Kids with Disabilities

For a kid with a disability, the chance to learn to ride a horse or glide

You’ll Never See This Side of the Super Bowl on TV

via @PolicyMic  author @lauradimon It almost seems like another life, or like it could’ve, should’ve, just been

The Marijuana Offensive

Maybe it was the love children of the 60’s are finally getting arthritis. Maybe it’s because

Ordinary Citizens Catalyzing Change: A ‘People’s History’ of 2013

This year has been full of examples of people making history. Although newspapers and textbooks often

Gays Not Welcome: Save Lives Elsewhere

Junior year I went to go give blood for my first time at my school. I

“Rape Insurance” bill in Michigan officially passes into Law

Just yesterday afternoon, Michigan passed a new law that would require the purchase of coverage for

Empowering Young People to #GetCovered at The White House #WHYouthSummit

On Wednesday December, 4th over 160 of the country’s finest youth leaders, community organizers, small business

Poor Black & Latino Men Are the Face of H.I.V.

Via New York Times  The AIDS epidemic in America is rapidly becoming concentrated among poor, young

One Death Is Too Many: Why We Need Gun Violence Prevention Reforms

Eight years ago, in 2005, I was just a normal high school student. I faced my