Why vote?

“As we move forward, let us also look back. So long as we remember those who died for our right to vote and those like John H. Johnson who built empires where there were none, we will walk into the future with unity and strength.”  – Dorothy Height (March 24, 1912 – April 20, 2010) [...]

Brushes with Inequality: A Blog Action Day 2014 essay

by Miryam Ehrlich Williamson The girl was eight, in third grade, when she was introduced to inequality. She didn’t know the word, but she had a strong feeling that could be summed up as “That isn’t fair.” Her teacher was telling the class that since colonial times, America had led the world in treating all [...]