Showing posts from December, 2017

A little holiday spirit from LGBTQ Nation.

A look at LGBTQ youth research.

From The Washington Post :

Maya Angelou returns to her home town...

... of Stamps, Arkansas, which was divided by the railroad tracks. Here are parts of her conversation with Bill Moyers, in a clip from 1982:

Something we already know, but worth crying out loud!

How Latino immigrants are good for the U.S. economy (from The Atlantic ):

Christmas gift: a gift of inclusion and love.

From The Washington Post :

The legacy of slavery.

How racism causes black mothers to suffer the death of their infants.

NPR is doing a series on how racism affects the lives of African-Americans in this country:

Welcome to the WE project news blog!

Here you will find links to news articles and podcasts relevant to educating people about the continuing plagues of racism, bigotry and intolerance, in Missouri and around the nation, and to furthering the cause of shining a positive and celebratory light onto people belonging to marginalized communities.  My first pick is a story in The New York Times magazine: