Series will feature discussions with Emil Wilbekin, Karamo Brown, Richard Brookshire, Rico Pruitt, and a creative performance from "queer conscious" rapper, Jay Boogie
Ron Price, Statesman and former Dallas School Board alumni, shares his views regarding the right to free speech.
Nevada to become 20th state to combat the BDS movement as bill heads to governor for signature
Maltese-American HLP founder and Catholic author Marcelle Bartolo-Abela challenges American Christians to ask if the Gospel of Trump is compatible to the Gospel of Christ. Using empirical data, she shows how the American people of faith draw the line bounded by devotion to politicians, while violating the fundamental human rights of racial and religious minorities, immigrants, refugees, and women.
Small towns across the country are organizing for human rights.
OFCCP Compliance Solution Providers Unite
After the deadliest mass shooting in history, the premiere of the new show 'Back Stabber' has come at the perfect time, bringing a powerful message surrounding acceptance, anti-bullying and embracing who you are.
It has been a long and rugged road, but the homeless proved that they could help each other since 2008. They have helped pioneer many new methods that are working.The numbers in rural America continue to increase.The Mission in Citrus has helped lead the way in innovative projects that work to reduce the numbers.They have just reached a 73% employment rate , which is unheard of for shelters in the US. After deducting children in the women's house, the rate is 90%. They have reason to be proud.
"Heard, Not Judged" is a national report about young men of color and their need for information and services to better their lives. It's part of President Obama's My Brother's Keeper Initiative.
Political leaders from the Democratic and Republican parties joined together at the 3rd Annual New Roseland Community Hospital Legislative Breakfast to commit to solving the financial issues facing all Safety Net Hospitals and the State of Illinois.
George Martorano, self-taught prolific writer, poet, educator, and mentor is appearing as a featured speaker tomorrow, April 10, during the TEDxPenn event hosted at the University of Pennsylvania. Martorano, who was recently released from prison after serving a ridiculous 32-year sentence for a non-violent offense without a chance for parole, endured one of the saddest tragedies ever handed down in the American justice system. https://www.ted.com/tedx/events/17048 - Event is open to the public.
Allegations Surface of Shady Dealings. Argentines Want Him Out for Meddling in Their Politics. American Foreign Service Association Sues To Block His Installation as Ambassador.