Gun violence disproportionately affects Black women, like this young author's cousin, a massage therapist shot and killed by her client. This is her story.
From gun violence to the Mueller report, are knee-jerk reactions and social media #campaigns doing more harm than good?
Our nationalist administration's incitement to racist violence had a direct impact on our writer two weeks ago when her cousin was murdered at Kroger's in Kentucky. Her message to readers: VOTE!
Nearly every mass shooting in the past few years has been perpetrated by a man with a history of abuse. So where’s the public outcry for this chronic threat to women’s lives?
The NRA values American lives at just over a dollar. In the wake of Parkland, Florida mothers and children, the fiercest gun-control activists, are engaged in a multi-pronged battle to trade bulletproof backpacks for real security.
In a culture that prizes love and sex and desirability above all, in which marriage is held up as the only option for stability, it's no surprise we are seeing isolation, loneliness, and rage.
While the spotlight shines on the white leaders of March For Our Lives, a shadow is cast on Black Lives Matter, sending the message on whose bodies matter most.
You’d be hard pressed to find a movie or TV show that doesn’t feature a cool guy with a gun. But does our pop-cultural obsession spill over to real life?
Our culture teaches boys to feel entitled to girls' attention, affection, and love, which breeds a vicious cycle of misogyny and violence.
After the mass shooting in Las Vegas, Republicans once again called for "mental health reform" in order to prevent future shootings. But statistics tell a different story.