“There’s no longer those places of food.”
Elections matter because politicians create laws that help or hurt our families and communities. Regardless of our citizenship status or whether we are eligible to vote, election season is an important time for us to speak up and get involved in the political process.
In addition to wildly differing protocols at all levels of government, the fact remains: Science and data collection are anything but neutral.
Through grassroots efforts, we’ve found abundance among ourselves.
Although the rapidly decreasing access to abortion will have a profound impact on many people, some communities will bear the brunt of these inequities. These same communities have been heavily affected by COVID-19 infection and death.
We have a divine opportunity to be in greater communication with ourselves while honoring nature and giving her space to heal.
The complex, comforting allure of not being seen.
A bail fund to help free detained Muslims finds new urgency as Covid-19 spreads rapidly through prisons and jails.
As Ramadan begins with the new moon later this week, Muslims all around the world are trying to work out how to maintain the many cherished rituals of Islam’s holiest month.
What can a companion animal mean to a disabled person of color? Turns out a hell of a lot!