Amanda Gorman

Gorman’s Inauguration Poem Has Black Women Talking

Amanda Gorman mesmerized a nation with her inauguration poem "The Hill We Climb." The beauty of her presence and the power of her words captured a country battle-scarred and looking for a lifeline.

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Martin Luther KIng

Where Do We Go From Here, Redux?

The year 2020 has been a stressful one.

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Dr. Fauci

History Has Me Hesitant About Vaccine

Massachusetts hospitals are filling up again, like those across the country.  

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Harris Stands On Shoulders Of Giants

The struggle to get president-elect Joe Biden to the finish line first with 270 electoral college votes was unquestionably an epic battle.

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Is Pope Francis’s Support Of Civil Unions Lip-Service?

Pope Francis has expressed support for civil unions in the Catholic Church. Once again, the pontiff has sent shockwaves across the globe to 1.3 billion of his followers with another LGBTQ- affirming statement.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ginsburg Bent The Moral Arc Toward Justice

Like so many Americans across the country, I, too, am mourning the news that U.S. Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died due to complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer.

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Rev. Martin Niemoller

Concerns About The Afterlife In This Life With Trump

A pall hangs over many Americans since Trump has taken office.

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Can The LGBTQ Community Trust Pope Francis?

Once again Pope Francis is rocking the world.

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Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo Yiannopoulos’s Trash Talking Tanks

When hate speech becomes an accepted norm we have a problem.

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Lee Swislow, Executive Director of GLAD

Racial Divide in LGBTQ Communities Could Have Derailed Marriage Debate in Massachusetts

Marriage Equality in Massachusetts hit its 10 year mark on May 17th

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