The world is at a crucial climate change crossroads. Examining environmental policy is critical in being an informed and active member of society, and demanding better.
In the upcoming election, it will be up to Americans to prevent Trump from continuing to set a fatal example for the public.
The culture of misogyny that permeates the sports industry must be addressed.
It’s time to fully embrace intellectual curiosity –– USC should more strongly emphasize academic exploration and customization.
Public health disparities will continue until drug abuse is viewed as a valid chronic disease.
While nuanced representations of immigrants in entertainment can provide spaces for empathy, these representations must have real-world implications to yield substantial change.
Dark money gives billionaires, powerful lobbyists and even foreign entities unchecked and undue influence over the very elections meant to be key to the democratic process.
Putting The “I” In Immigrant: Racial transparency is pertinent in creating substantive inclusion initiatives
Instead of gifting us 30 days of inclusion, allow marginalized populations a seat at the table, a page in the history books and a place to call home that is accepting of our identity and history.
Instagram “activism” and social justice slideshows indulge people in “lazy liberalism” and the desire to project social justice values rather than act on them, trivializing important issues.
People should pay attention to their health while remembering their responsibility to the environment.