If we as a nation accept that there must be an awakening to the issues regarding women, then we all should be compelled to deeply examine the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. From our point of […]
Understanding needs love. Love needs understanding.
I just finished rereading Virginia Woolf’s classic A Room of One’s Own. I first read this book in my early twenties, and my admiration of it was more academic than actual. I agreed with the […]
The core issue addressed at this year’s American Sociological Association’s annual meeting is economic injustice. To be clear, the conference is not simply addressing the demographics of inequality, but rather the profound hurt such inequality brings […]