I decided to search for two words on the article’s web page: “patriarchy” or “misogyny.” Zero results.
“It’s kinda like a children’s book … for men ... that is going to make this really simple.” Actress Tracee Ellis Ross reads her funny-but-oh-so-direct new book, The Handsy Man, on Jimmy Kimmel.
While Jared Kushner is working on a peace deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians, the Kushner Companies Charitable Foundation is funding a controversial West Bank settlement.
“Not education. Not income. Not even being an expert on racial disparities in health care.” A sobering report from ProPublica and NPR.
Your weekly answer to “Where are we in the Russia story?” Twitter has suspended dozens of accounts masquerading as U.S. news sources that had more than 500,000 followers.
Trust the header — this NatGeo video is deeply sad, but an important watch. "When scientists say bears are going extinct, I want people to realize what it looks like. Bears are going to starve to death," said photographer Paul Nicklen. "This is what a starving bear looks like."
“I don’t think it’s a coincidence whose pain has been taken seriously,” says the actress, of the #MeToo movement. “Whose pain we have showed historically and continued to show. Whose pain is tolerable and whose pain is intolerable. And whose pain needs to be addressed now.”
“[Advent] faces the long night of oppressive Empire with a call to ‘watch and wait’ for the One who will restore and make all things new, a call that is starkly different from much of the church’s ‘wait and see’ [when it comes to politics].”
The "Weinstein effect" continues to roil the nation’s power centers. But the allegations against the president have largely stayed in the background. A new angle on a year-old story, from The Atlantic.
We all know that we are called to love one another. What Lady Bird suggests is that we’re called to do more than just love one another — we’re called to like one another.