Useful tips to fuel connection with others.
The Humility of Memory One of our finest possessions is not something we buy. It doesn’t come in a big box or from a store. It’s not a thing of value, but yet it’s worth is infinite. It is our memory. As Día de los Muertos winds down, I propose that we make this…
Some things just shouldn’t be mixed together.
The key is “affirmation,” not “words”.
It’s easier to throw a tantrum than to say what you want.
The irony should not escape us that many current citizens of the united states, the president included, are the blood heirs of refugees.
Reaching out to someone today.
The flaws in putting profits over people.
Oppression operates like a wheel with many spokes. If we work to dismantle only one or a few specific spokes, the wheel will continue to roll over people.
I miss strangers.
Showing Up As much as someone like me might think I don’t need guy time, I’m finding it absolutely essential for survival these days. I can also sense the same from my virtual brothers. Signing off social Zooms and Go To Meetings, we say things like, “We need to do this more often,” or “Same…
They’re just completely different to what we knew before
In These Times If you’re homebound like so many people around the world are right now, you’ve become quite familiar with live video conferencing. Zoom, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, they are all a way of work and life now. While putting on a nice shirt and brushing your hair for co-workers might be getting old, it’s…
Do unto others….
The President’s populist budget will leave Republicans scrambling to explain why they don’t support it.
We are delighted to be playing host to emily bell, professor of professional practice & director, tow center for digital journalism at the university of columbia and previously director of digital content for guardian news and media.