A "return to normalcy" is on the horizon. But with all the compounding loss suffered over the last year, can we really go back to pre-pandemic life?
‘Unity’ won’t repair America’s fractured society if we’re expected to do so with the lawmakers whose policies dehumanize women.
In a year defined and motivated by rage, protest, fear, and heartbreak, closing out 2020 with rest might be the most powerful statement we can make.
The Republican-enabled Trump administration has cost this nation hundreds of thousands of lives and counting. We don’t owe them our consolation.
Long before the pandemic hit, we were already a country in mourning.
Perhaps if women were as valued and respected as men, American society would be the place men claim it is.
We, as humans, can't take on the pain of everyone else. But we can find ways to connect through compassion.
Many are comparing our current outbreak to the Spanish Flu. But the Dust Bowl may be a more accurate predictor of what’s to come.
Conspiracy theories, which often espouse hateful paranoia about race and politics, are easily debunked but all too easily disseminated. And that's exactly the point.
And we don’t feel fine.