In episode 1 of our WGN podcast series On Social Health and Change, we discuss the deep problems with the U.S.’s current juvenile justice system and the great potential of investing in restorative justice programs.
Slavery lurks in every crack and crevice of the globe, including the United States—a nation eager to leave its history of slavery firmly in the past.
While there are lots of examples of successful campaigns, there’s no single recipe. If there were, we’d all be doing ice bucket challenges for breast cancer, domestic violence, and everything else.
Whatever organization you support, being an effective donor is no easy task. But striving to be one is paramount if you truly want to make a difference in your local community or the world.
As a white person, I have the privilege to not fear for my life from those who “protect and serve”. This lived experience is in stark contrast to how black people navigate the world.
“For Today I Am A Boy” by Kim Fu tells the story of Peter Huang, a first-generation Chinese-Canadian growing up in Ontario, while awakening to his transgender identity.
Fathers, if you’re involved in your daughter-athletes’ lives, you will make mistakes, but keep holding high standards, keep showing up, keep having the conversations about sports and life and love and family.
Our work has never been more important than it is now. It is in these moments that I find comfort in each and every graduate, both our alumni and our future alumni, in making the world a more just—and safe—place in which to live.