This week we’re counting down the minutes until Star Wars and enjoying everything John Boyega is doing. In news, we have big updates about Daniel Holtzclaw, affirmative action, and a movie that surprised us with a trailer release last night. Read More PoC News in America
This past week wasn’t a great week for people of color. There were some highs, but there were a lot of lows. Read More PoC News in America
It’s Martin Luther King Day, so let do what we do best and start unpacking this nation’s terrible race relations, starting with a movie about him!
We’re all desperate to understand the heinous slaughter in Paris Wednesday, chilled by those seemingly assailing free speech. Twelve people are dead and it doesn’t make any sense. Read More After Tragic Acts Of Terrorism, Can We Grieve Without Reflexive Racism?
Happy Yom Kippur and Eid Mubarrak to all people who are celebrating holidays this past week!
If you poke around most atheist communities on the Internet or take a look at the attendees at atheism conventions, you’ll probably notice that the crowd is overwhelmingly male. Is this because, as some of the biggest names in the movement have suggested, women don’t have the intellectual curiosity or logical capability to arrive at the conclusion that there is no God? (Spoiler alert: NO.) Or is there something within the atheist community that drives women away? Yes. Quite a few somethings, actually. Read More Why Women Avoid the Atheist Movement (It’s Not Our Feeble Lady Brains or Hormones)
Welcome to another roundup of misogyny news! Fortunately this week wasn’t nearly as horrible as last week, and we even have some good stuff to report. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.) Read More This Week in Misogyny is a Magical Unicorn