solidarity

There are ways to help people without putting yourself or others at risk from COVID-19.
Brace Belden volunteered for six months in Syria with the Kurdish freedom movement where he helped fight ISIS.
In the U.K. and U.S., people worked to turn a day of fear into a day of solidarity.
I still remember the Occupy Wall Street slogans and chants in lower Manhattan a few years ago: “SHAME ON THE 1%! SHAME ON
The next four years and beyond will require resilience.
I cried as I watched Barack and Michelle leave the White House for the last time, although I harbor no resentment at their
I wake these days remembering that something awful has happened. Reality assembles itself, and I feel worse. The multicultural, egalitarian, globalized society I hope to inhabit is under assault.
Change requires action. It's time to get involved.
Wearing a safety pin doesn't help anyone. While the intention was commendable, there is no solidarity without strategy.
Taking the lead from Britain's' post-Brexit angst, Americans are strapping on safety pins to show solidarity with those most