Religion has its good points, but does it do more harm than good? This essay does a cost-benefit analysis and discusses the good, the bad, and the ugly of religion in modern times.
The new NFL policy enforcing players to "respect" the national anthem creates not a legal dilemma, but a moral one. This article analyzes the protests themselves and explores the question, are we truly free if dissent is being punished?
Sadly, echoes of the bitter segregationists are still heard today even among those who seek high office.
The leadership gets it. The rest of us Mormons still need to work on it. Being Black and Mormon in America is volumes of books waiting to be written condensed into this article.
Pride Month 2018 started yesterday. What are you doing to support those in your corner of the world?
Too many individuals are still facing hate and discrimination for who they choose to love or their gender identity, and it has to stop.
Even as society becomes more accepting of the LGBT+ people, bi erasure and biphobia are rampant within the LGBT+ community. It is time for the LGBT+ community to put an end to discrimination within itself.
The Ainu struggle to maintain their culture in a world determined to see its extinction in favor of modernization.
Political correctness is a contentious issue in American culture. It is, at the same time, a reminder of the U.S.' despicable racism, and the desire to transcend this country's odious unjust past.
The symbolism of the Confederate flag is defined by its repellent history, not the belief of its supporters that it has nothing to do with racism, but symbolizes the best in Southern heritage.
The racial history of the Church is one of inclusion even with the specific segregation of its Black members from priesthood service and temple sacraments. With the announcement of the Be One celebration, a number of things come to light that Black Latter-day Saint Christians feel intensely aware of
Simply put, when the Europeans came to America - the Native Americans discovered that Europeans were savages.
Sociological research demonstrates that when whites are exposed to the Confederate flag, it causes them to react more negatively toward blacks.
This is basically my breakup letter to feminism. For many years, I was a feminist, but not a radical one. But radicals took over, sanity has left the building, and I am not a feminist anymore.
Lots of people have believed for decades that men are the better drivers over women, but do the facts support that belief? Or is it a myth of machismo?