When we focus on the far right in Libya or Egypt, we erase the almost 2 billion Muslims in the world, the vast majority of whom are nonviolent, and who voice their positions peacefully.
Media Project Op-Ed
As this new academic year gets under way, let us take a moment to recognize the transformative effect of Title IX on U.S. higher education.
If you care about public education, you should stand with the Chicago teachers. They’re fighting for an education system that works for kids in every ZIP code — not just a few.
Romney doesn’t seem to understand that to ignore the multifaceted richness of humanity in the United States and to win the presidency at the same time is becoming a difficult task.
Until we make clean water and prudent farming practices a priority, our lakes will continue to spell danger for our dogs and ourselves.
Sept. 8 is International Literacy Day, and we should focus our attention on what we need to do, here at home, to educate our friends and neighbors.
The Department of Labor needs to shake off the three decades of inertia that has allowed the construction industry to view equal opportunity for women as optional.
All we want is a chance. We want the same opportunities given to everyone else. We want the chance to better not only ourselves, but America too.
On Aug. 26, in recognition of Women’s Equality Day, we must demand that the candidates support paid sick days.
Republicans should give up their ugly campaign to declare English our official language.
He and Romney are attempting to turn the clock back legally, socially and culturally to a less just, less equitable place.
We need more local broadcasting, not a return to the Fairness Doctrine, to enhance our media diet.
We don’t need meaningless platitudes from our leaders in the face of horrific gun violence. We need action.
The shooting rampage Sunday at the Wisconsin Sikh Temple outside Milwaukee has got to prompt serious soul-searching about our out-of-control gun policies in this country.
This Aug. 6th, let us remember the victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and let us finally get out from under the nuclear shadow.