While I was at a recent march for Muslim refugees, a man yelled, “Justice for Palestine!” Some in the crowd cheered. And I was forced to face why I was there.
To fight against something is one thing. To fight for something is how we create true change.
Despite what commentators like Ben Shapiro say, our emotions matter when we look at facts. And if we don’t acknowledge them, they control us.
As we enter a new age of animalistic tribalism, we have a duty to stand for truth before identity.
This election has revealed the psychology of those of us who have to face our worst fears in stark ways. And it’s important we learn from it.
Struggling with the war Trump has brought inside our own communities, in poetry form.
Long before “Black Lives Matter” there was “Slave Lives Matter.” For the first time ever, an exclusive news article from 1848 about the movement has been released. Read it here.
This seems like a Fourth of July that isn’t so easy to celebrate. But if we take a moment, we may realize just how blessed we really are.
To me, race and politics always seemed like such gimmicky, easy topics in standup. And then I tried doing standup myself, and it completely changed my mind.
The internet has made it easier than ever to blame people like the mother of the child who escaped into the cage of a gorilla named Harambe. Here’s why we need to take a step back and learn to forgive.