humanity

Humanity topics include pieces on the real lives of politicians, legislators, activists, women in politics and the everyday voter.

Dielle Ciescoa day ago
Meme-Busting: It's Half the Story
This morning, while purusing one of my favorite Facebook groups, I encountered one of those very political posts that sparks heated debate. It was started by one of the members concerning the Gilet Ja...
Ash Welsh2 days ago
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Where Did It All Go Wrong?
The average American listens to four hours of music per day (Stutz). Assuming the average American gets eight hours of sleep per night, they spend 25 percent of the time they are awake listening to mu...
Rae'Lee Klein6 days ago
What Are We Doing Wrong?
We the People—Three simple words that define one of the world's strongest countries. We the People, are the forgotten "4th" branch of government, and hold the power to make our young country succeed o...
Bailey Welki8 days ago
God Bless America, Right?
The world I live in is scary. The country I live in is dehumanizing. This society, as a whole, is fucked up. We’ve become so uncivilized, detached from basic core values, overly sensitive in meaningle...
Jacob Brown10 days ago
The Yellow Vests
Over the course of the last few days, a movement has sprung up in Paris, France. After the French president, President Macron, introduced the first carbon tax to the world, the people recognized it fo...
Madison Grose19 days ago
Seeking Asylum Is Not a Crime
If you’ve heard about the migrant caravan, you might picture it being a big, scary, gang of criminals who are trying to violently storm the border and invade the United States. If you believe Donald T...
Clark Ramos22 days ago
Black Friday Can Suck a Big One
Let me begin by saying I love a discount; I do. Paying full price for something when I could be saving money is amazing. That being said, we end up paying a different price when it comes to Black Frid...
Xander Alexander25 days ago
Pride and Privilege
The one thing in our “children,” starting with the millennials, that has been instilled, is a since of pride. Pride in the soil on which they stood, whether it was American soil, Mexican soil or Canad...
Madison Grosea month ago
Why Can't We Say the N-Word?
White people really seem to be struggling with the concept that some things just aren't meant for us. We want to put our hair in cornrows, we want to paint our faces black for our Kanye West Halloween...
Casey Cowansa month ago
Who Said You Could Do That?
Everyone has a different perspective of dance. Some see it as an art form used for celebrations and competitions; for others, it's an escape from the reality of their problems, a way for them to expre...
The NPC Meme
There are some cultural morays that are just so captivating that I can't seem to resist the urge to throw my two cents into the mix. The NPC meme was basically started by right-leaning people who want...
Nikita Bryanta month ago
Digging for Our Moral Compass
With the overpowering flood of existential questions inhabiting the brains of many intelligent humans. Shall we not, to allow progress, simplify everything. Let’s exclude reproduction and survival and...
Sarah Scheida month ago
A Steel Town
I work as a fundraiser at my school, which requires me to make a lot of phone calls to alumni I don't know. If they're nice enough and have enough time to talk to a random college girl, calling them t...
Peter Rosea month ago
Mind the Gap
Mind the gap! The space between intention and achievement There is a gap between all of our intentions and our achievements. We all live with this gap every day of our lives. How many fall asleep havi...
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Logan Caseya month ago
Stop Making People Fight for the Rights They Already Have
The United States of America needs to get their heads out of their asses. The government is hung up on such trivial and completely idiotic laws that shouldn't need to be considered. Of course Trans-pe...
C ams2 months ago
Racism
I am originally from the Caribbean of Indian descent (ancestors from India). I grew up being told if I brought home a black man, I will be disowned. When I asked why, the response was always "because ...
Rachel Estep2 months ago
I Knew Them, and so Did You
In the days following the heart-wrenching attack on Tree Of Life Synagogue, many of us in the Jewish Community found ourselves emotionally shaken, mentally drained, and in a fog of emotions that we're...
WatchMojo 2 months ago
Top 10 Mistakes That the Human Race Keeps Repeating
They say that the definition of “insanity” is doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10...