Trending News Monday: FBI Investigates Death of Michael Brown

Last night, Shark Week spun on to Television sets across America like a whirling, whipping Sharknado (complete with a cameo from Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson who honored his friend and shark/marine life conservation activist Paul Walker). While the Discovery Channel’s biggest week (and marketing campaign which proves the power of social media) of the year […]

Wednesdays without Will: Multiculturalism without the March on Washington

What a difference 50 years makes. Since 1963’s March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s historic “I Have a Dream” speech, the United States has passed several major Civil Rights Acts (1964, 1968, 1987 and 1991) which helped end widespread institutions of inequality and change the mindset of the American people. A half […]

Two Must-See Movies

You know what they say about April showers… they’re the best time to catch a flick. These days, Americans are more selective when it comes to viewing movies. People hold out on seeing films in the theaters (unless it’s the midnight premier of another long-awaited sequel), pass up DVD and/or Blu-Ray purchases and wait to […]

It Takes More Than Two to Tango Bullying

For our Two for Tuesday, we’re posting two advertisements that challenge our perspective of bullying and stereotyping. Just as cancer affects almost everyone in some way, everyone is impacted by bullying—even Justin Bieber has something to say about it. Our constitution tells us we all have the right to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness; […]