Let's talk about the award-winning comedic audio drama, The Once & Future Nerd. It was created by Christian Madera, who's taking the fantasy elements of "Elder Scrolls," and combining it with the self-awareness of "Cabin In The Woods." Read on to see how the podcast came together, podcast factoids, and so much more.
Currently, Senate Democrats are filibustering Gorsuch's nomination, and its unclear what their response will be if GOP senators decide to move forward with the nuclear option. But what does that all mean?
Living with HIV is no longer a dark secret kept amongst the family. As a society, we have become more aware of the fact that HIV is running rampant within the urban community, and it is no longer a death sentence. The need for preventative and supportive measures are a necessity, and we are the generation of change.
I was arguing with some folks the other day. I was like, "No platform for Nazis!" And they were like, "Everybody deserves to be heard!" And this one lady told me that she learned a lot from all sorts of speakers at her school. I told her, "Why not have me speak? I'm just as qualified as Nazis. I'm more entertaining. And I'm not a racist."
A deadly air strike killed least 200 civilians in one of the last remaining ISIS-controlled cities in Iraq, Mosul. So who exactly is responsible for the attack? And how does it note a change in strategy for US Armed Forces in Iraq?
Many people of color, women, LGBT folks, differently-abled people, and others don't the privilege to just ignore harmful beliefs, as their often times the target of those ideas being practiced in policy, or personal behavior. Here's how to engage with ideas outside of your own, even if they're fundamentally harmful to your livelihood. Presenting: Empathy Lens.
In this episode, Sita Sarkar joins Paul Notice as they talk about Intersectionality at the Women's March, Mayor DeBlasio's surprisingly hostile policies toward immigrants, the Civil Rights Era's connection to the Immigrant Story, and much more.
Feminism comes in all shapes and forms. For Luke Reunion, it came through his annoyance that the female boxers in his league, never had a chance to compete in the championships. So, Luke decided to fix that.
If you haven't heard already, Shared Work Spaces are all the rage. They're also all the expensive (sic). Rates average about $200/monthly. For the nonprofit/startup on the budget, that's too much sauce. So there are other options. Coffee shops are one. In my very unscientific research, they average about $10-20/daily - since they insist on you buying something while there.
The tweet read, “IF WE CAN BE EQUALS IN SPORT, WE CAN BE EQUALS EVERYWHERE.” All caps. Because champions don’t use lower case. This is a really weird statement because we’re obviously not all equal in sports. My understanding is that the whole point of sports is to see who’s better at doing the sport. If everybody was equal and all sports were tied, nobody would watch.