Fact of life number one: people die.
I once had an extended conversation with a group of my friends about bathroom etiquette–where to stand, how not–emphatically not–to make eye contact, and whether or not it was acceptable to use […]
In light of the outcome of the court case State of Missouri v. Darren Wilson, many people decided that it would be a good idea to take to the streets, to their […]
First of all, this isn’t a public service announcement. No one owes me anything for making this post, and I’d like to keep it that way. These are just my thoughts […]
From the moment we are born, society tells us that literature is either fiction or non-fiction, and for years, those two have been the only genres that people have recognized […]
They’re ball-point, ink, and come in a variety of colors, so they don’t discriminate. Also, they’re unisex and one-size fits all! Who would have thought?
Transcript. This gorgeous poem written by Holly McNish makes me recall a commercial I saw recently where a woman was breastfeeding her baby. It’s a perfectly natural thing to do. […]
Growing up is scary. This is Amurica. Vote for Alex Sparks in his 2013 Write Bloody Submission. The transcript is here.
-Wilderness Society, Sierra Club, National Parks and Conservation Association, National Wildlife Federation + ACLU, LWV, NCC, AFL-CIO -Earth Day 4/22 -EPA -Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring: DDT (Now seems like a […]
Civil Rights Movement B rave Brown v. Board of Education, 1954 M artin Montgomery Bus Boycott, 1955 L eads Little Rock Crisis, 1957 G reen Greensboro sit-in, 1960 F reedom […]