Knowledge is power

Editor's Letter Since November 9th, I have been questioning everything ... Everything. Many have said they feel defeated and are giving up. When did...

President Trump is one example why we need Black History Month

It is Black History Month, a national annual observance since 1926, honoring and celebrating the achievements of African Americans. To commemorate its start President Trump hosted a “listening session”...

Activist basics for the Trump era

Regardless of where we sit — or where we toss and turn — during these long nights since the United States presidential election, many...

Creep of the Week: Gordon Klingenschmitt

Something truly terrible happened in Minnesota. An elementary school teacher and his husband were busted for having sex with underage teenagers and filming it....

The irony behind President Trump’s travel ban and Holocaust Remembrance Day

“I think we need to be realistic about the current trickle-down toxic messages seeping in everywhere.” Elaine Schear, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Friends...

The Women’s March on Washington highlights old and new tensions

The number of people who took to the streets for Women’s March on Washington in D.C. and its sister marches across the country, and...

The crisis is here

“Two roads diverged in a wood” as Robert Frost wrote, and we certainly find ourselves on the one less traveled by. In fact, this...

Bishop Eddie Long’s cautionary tale about homophobia

When news hit the airwaves that Bishop Eddie Long died from an unnamed aggressive cancer resulting in dramatic weight lost, many now throughout the...

The truth? You can’t handle the truth!

Casting Aspersions Now that the presidential election is in the past and Republicans are coming together with Democrats in peace, love, and understanding —...

Creep of the Week: Jesse Lee Peterson

When racist white people who lurk on World Net Daily claim they have black friends, they're probably referring to Jesse Lee Peterson, a black...