Tags » Inclusivity

Women's Rights Are Human Rights

This weekend, though I live in Canada, I participated in the Women’s March with my mother and a few thousand others to stand up to negative rhetoric, hate, and the threat of loss of fundamental rights for women, LGBTQ+ individuals, and minorities in the United States. 621 more words

The Dialogue of Salvation


The Gospel story of Jesus’ encounter with the tax collector Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-10) brings us face to face with Jesus’ message of inclusion. 682 more words


Why "Hidden Figures" matters

Katherine Johnson- Physicist and mathematician who was instrumental in NASA’s journey into space and their landing on the moon

I’ve long since become accustomed to seeing leading black women in movies as slaves, love interests and/or maids. 779 more words

The future is inclusive

I had intentions of going downtown to participate in the Women’s March today. I had visions of strapping the baby to my chest and convincing the four-year-old to hold my hand tight while we took it all in. 254 more words


A Widow's March

I have a lot of stuff in my head — no clear ideas or sharp feelings, just stuff. For example, I have conflicting feelings about the woman’s march. 1,021 more words


#NEC uses #fakenews to force easy-to-abuse structure on Liverpool Riverside

The SKWAWKBOX has covered events in Wallasey CLP (constituency Labour party) at length and will continue to do so until the ridiculous abuse of members there stops – which, sadly, doesn’t… 1,693 more words

Introducing heardhub.com!

A passion project, a blog turned website, a simple grad school assignment turned side project; it’s whatever you want to call it as long as you want to read it. 199 more words

Social Justice