Registering to vote is just the first and, frankly, the easiest step in the display of citizenship.
IPCC’s latest report really didn’t tell us anything we didn’t already know — it merely said it more clearly and more urgently.
It’s no wonder that no one wants to be a teacher anymore.
Now more than ever, voters must recognize the critical nature of electing more women, and specifically more women of color, particularly in light of recent divides between white women voters and women of color.
The raw terror and misery of the protesters conveyed a fresh sense of how morally broken our government is two years into the Trump administration. I wonder how the hell things got this bad.
But before we march on Washington, I can’t help but ask: Is the world’s mental health crisis truly anybody’s fault? What would a mental health “movement” even look like?
“Unfortunately, the entire process [of Kavanaugh’s confirmation] was polarized,” communication professor Karen North told me.
Since most of the report’s details stem from information by top-level government officials and knowledgeable company sources, it’s a long shot for the public to ever get at the truth of the story.
Pressure for board diversity must come from the public and company shareholders, not from the government.
Smog — the hazy air pollution that clings to downtown skyscrapers most mornings, reduces visibility in the surrounding mountains and gives L.A. sunsets their vibrance — is a weirdly normalized part of city life.