The coronavirus pandemic forces us to take a hard look at many aspects of society, which has led to some uncomfortable discoveries. A lack of trust in water supplies is on that list.
A syncretism of the philosophies of Murray Bookchin and Alfred North Whitehead can help us rethink our relationship to the Earth.
The rise of social media has caused the spread of misinformation in the form of conspiracy theories: the belief that a covert yet powerful organization is responsible for a circumstance or event. Psychologists explain what makes some people more prone to believing in conspiracy theories than others.
Deepfakes could be the next political weapon. Let's look into the evolution of this artificial technology and the dangers it poses. Can a political turmoil be created as a result of this technology? How can we prevent malicious attacks using deepfakes and what does the future hold regarding them?
Life expectancy in the U.S. continues to fall while other countries experience increases in how long their citizens live. There are many factors that influence this trend. Higher rates of suicide, homicide,diet, exercise and lack of health coverage are among some. This article explores this issue.
Read on to learn why Wisconsin's response to COVID-19 hasn't led to the high death rates that were previously predicted.
Despite what some media outlets are saying, the reality on the ground is that there are many peaceful protesters forming human chains to stop looting and violence.
This article explores the inaccurate claims made by "flat Earthers," and provides some easy arguments you could use to explain to your friends that, yes, the Earth is indeed round.
Do you ever wonder if racism in America affects people in Africa? Should Africans worry so much about the racism in the U.S.? Read on to find out.
Five years back, conspirators feared refugees were taking over the West. Today, they are of the idea that evil forces are gaining power amid a global pandemic. Read on to learn why these fears are unfounded and preposterous.
Despite the widespread perception that marriage is for mature minds and should be devoid of external influence; child marriage is still relatively common in many parts of Africa. Many women who are forced to marry at an early age have little or no choice in determining when or who they will marry.
The Obamas are no stranger to giving commencement addresses. They are scheduled to deliver virtual addresses to high school and college graduates of 2020.
Before the 21st century, mental health was not spoken of. Today, society has begun to open its eyes to the importance of acknowledging and supporting mental health. Though it's certainly an improvement to get the conversation on mental health started, stigma around mental health persists.
This essay is a review of the social, business, and economic changes that can be expected in America after the pandemic caused by the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
The internal displacement of persons especially women and children is a growing concern in many parts of the world. For this reason, governments alongside stakeholders must commit themselves to mitigating the unprecedented wave of displacement and human suffering occurring within their boundaries.
Since some sources say that we may be facing 32% unemployment in the wake of the coronavirus, we had better learn how to grow our own food to feed our communities.
Who is Carole Baskin? Here's what you need to know about Big Cat Rescue’s CEO.
When you give money to partner with a ministry, your donation may not be going where you think.
Gun control is an important topic that, when discussed in a manner of politicking, often comes to a point where rights on all sides are called to be infringed upon. Logic, patience, understanding, and practicality can see the issue addressed progressively for all.
An alternative solution to free tuition, the "coming of age" credit respects the place of non-college options and the aid they may require.
"Your rights end where another's begin" is the most accurate way to describe how acceptance should be viewed. You cannot be accepted if you do not first accept others. Accepting opposing views and understanding them is more important than receiving acceptance.
Most discussions—if we can call them that honestly—about controversial topics end up becoming a contest to see who can hurt the opposing side worse. Every minor conflict becomes a do-or-die, verbal knife fight. This is something that needs constructive discussion.
Poverty cycles, discrimination, social privilege, and other social controversies come to light when examining the social structure of life in the United States. Rather than considering these as random occurrences, we can identify them as systematic shortcomings fueled by an imperfect culture.
It is impossible to ignore the warnings that our beautiful, blue planet is in crisis. We are heading towards a tipping point from which there will be no return unless we all play our part in living a more sustainable lifestyle. This article hopefully will give you some simple but useful tips.
Sustainable tourism development meets the needs of present tourists and host regions while protecting and enhancing tourism opportunities for future generations. To enable this continued practice, a number of different environmentally progressive approaches have been developed.
What began as the setting for awaiting the news that slaves were set free has now been turned into a way to enslave the minds of many churchgoers.