Does “equal justice for all” really describe the US legal system? This attorney explains how the cards are stacked against you if you’re not wealthy – and what it’s going to take to change it.
If you’re queer and Native, and you can relate this author’s experience of sexual violence, we hope this affirming letter reminds you that you’re not alone. Here’s what this survivor of corrective rape wishes someone had told them.
It can be hard to admit, but the nature of rape and abuse shows that there are abusers in our communities – they’re not just “monsters in the night.” If you’ve caused someone pain, this guide can help bring accountability and healing.
Do you know about the loophole that’s hurting Native survivors of sexual violence? The US government has created a horrible system through jurisdiction – here’s what’s going on, and how you can help address it.
“2. If the mentally ill just wanted help, they could get it.” This video sets the record straight on mental health stigma. Are there any other mental health myths you’d like to dispel?
The tragic fatal police shooting of drummer Corey Jones is a terrible reminder of how vulnerable your black friends are to racist violence. You could be in a position to make it worse – and these guidelines will help you avoid that.
Is it possible to “support our troops” while criticizing the military industrial complex? This comic shows that it is – and why such a position is necessary for standing up for justice.
“1. It can’t happen here.” These common reactions to mass shootings in the US reveal that many of us believe myths about everything from where violence happens to the impact of trauma. Here’s the truth.
Before you hit “send,” here’s what you need to know about what it’s like for a woman to get an unwarranted dick pick – and how to better communicate your desires in a consensual way.
After traumatic events, people can suffer from PTSD without realizing it. Looking out for these signs could be a great first step in getting the healing you deserve.