Gentrification tears apart communities and hurts families, and when people are unable to fight it, it hurts the most.
Too often, people parrot off the phrase “it’s okay not to be okay.” We should strive for clearer, more helpful dialogue about mental health.
It’s okay to like a problematic piece of media, so long as you’re willing to acknowledge its flaws and failures.
Too often, clubs and restaurants waive their enforcement of drinking age laws in favor of making money. This is unacceptable and illegal.
Women wait far longer than men do to use public restrooms. A solution to this is to implement gender-neutral restrooms.
While consumers can be wrong to buy from unethical companies, it’s important to remember that the companies are more at fault.
Black Friday is a ploy by corporations to trick consumers into thinking that they’re saving money. In reality, they’re being exploited.
Latinidad prioritizes white Latinx identities. To counter this, it should be led by black and indigenous Latinx people.
Black immigrants are overrepresented at elite colleges compared to black Americans because of prejudice that hurts both groups.
Sometimes, when you’re struggling to come up with an idea, shutting up can be a powerful way to become inspired.