Kobe Bryant: A Tragedy

One of my most vivid childhood memories is of hating Kobe Bryant. I was a Sacramento Kings fan, and Sacramento was always losing to the Los Angeles Lakers because of Bryant. In the memory I'm... Read More

Hey, Betsy, Leave Them Kids Alone

If you’re an avid Simpsons fan like me, you’ll recall the time Ned Flanders, the religious “neighboroni” to the Simpson family, becomes the principal of the elementary school. Flanders leads the school in a simple... Read More

What Martin Luther King Jr. Taught Me

As we get closer to Black History Month I often find myself looking for information beyond what I like to call “Commercial Black History.” What do I mean by this? Well, it’s the histories trotted... Read More

Humanist Women on Why We March

The fourth annual Women’s March is planned for Saturday, January 18, 2020, both in Washington, DC, and in cities around the world. We reported on the historic inaugural Women’s March in 2017 and explained last... Read More