Evangelical activists in Africa, like Scott Lively, are helping to push LGBT and other stigmatized groups around the world to the fringes of society where they lack access to HIV prevention, care, and treatment services.
I have heard people use racial slurs in this town who genuinely do not know those words are insulting. I have heard people use the word racism for sexism in this town because they couldn’t remember the word that describes discrimination toward women.
I’ve seen widely varied responses to Ferguson in my Asian American circles, but more often than not, the response has been silence. A few reasons why that may be.
I recently received a phone call from a close friend and frankly someone I’d consider to be a “brother from another mother.” He had been catching up on international news and came across updates regarding ISIS and its presence in the Middle East. ISIS, also known as ISIL, is the Islamic State of Iraq and […]
In the spring of my junior year at Cedarville College, I got back to my dorm room to find a surprising message on my answering machine. It was Long-Haired Lover Boy, this guy who had tried to seduce my crush Heloise at a party a few months earlier. Now he needed my help.
I am tired of our nation’s social problems. It is easy to get up-in-arms about grandiose tragic events and it is right to do so (my soul is with those Marching in Ferguson). What is more difficult is to go back to our normal lives and reexamine the way in which we all live.