by Rev. Irene Monroe Pepsi ads aim to emphasize its youthful brand by championing it as “the choice of a new generation.” Not a bad marketing tool to turn its second-class status to Coca-Cola, its archrival, into… Read More
This is the kind of fake news that does nothing to advance news or civility. Why do they continue to pay this blowhard?
by Rev. Irene Monroe Southie is no longer that close-knit old school “tough-as-nail” Irish Catholic enclave. But the historical memory still lingers because, in my opinion, stereotypes about class makes it easier to point the… Read More
by Sharon Kyle ike a live frog that won’t leap out of a soon to be boiling pot of water to save its own life, the vast majority of Americans remain silent as the country… Read More
https://youtu.be/nuZn8iVQbSc An Airbnb host in California has been banned after an Asian American guest claimed her reservation was canceled at the last minute because of her race. Airbnb spokesman Nick Papas told The Washington… Read More
by Ahmed Tharwat The sportswear giant Nike has finally realized that the hijab is not a symbol of oppression after all, but again, only if it is their design or has its logo. The hijab… Read More
by Rev. Irene Monroe When artist Dana Schutz presented “Open Casket,” an abstract painting of Emmett Till’s open casket-the Chicagoan 14 year old African American male teen lynched in the Mississippi Delta in the summer of 1955- she could not have fathomed the conflagration… Read More
by Rev. Irene Monroe Receiving the award is a historic moment not only for True Colors, but also for the White House in recognizing and honoring the artistic talents of America’s LGBTQ youth, especially youth… Read More