The Underground Harmony of Skateboarding CultureThe Underground Harmony of Skateboarding Culture

The Underground Harmony of Skateboarding Culture

What we can learn from the community around the sport. Michael Friedman Ph.D.Posted Oct 15, 2020 “This love thy neighbor thing, Does it apply to all mankind?” From “Forecast of Rain” by Bob Mould During my conversation with Bob Mould for The Hardcore Humanism Podcast, he discussed his experience at liberal arts college Macalester College in Minnesota, which he

Ocean Friendly Restaurants Offer Good Food Sustainably

Ocean Friendly Restaurants Offer Good Food Sustainably

by Vernon Ogrodnek – The Press of Atlantic City, New Jersey Sustainability Reporting HubJune 30, 2020 As if the laundry list of restrictions for restaurants opening amid the new coronavirus aren’t enough, some eateries in South Jersey have been imposing even more conditions in preparing and serving meals — strict guidelines aimed at environmental concerns.

6 reporting tips for covering Islam in America

6 reporting tips for covering Islam in America

by Kalpana Jain, The Journalist’s ResourceFebruary 7, 2019 Research has shown that media coverage of Islam is overwhelmingly negative. Often Islam is depicted as a violent religion and Muslim women, wearing head coverings, as oppressed.  Even though Islam is the third largest religion in the United States after Christianity and Judaism (and the second largest

Connecting People to Prosperity in the Exponential Age

Connecting People to Prosperity in the Exponential Age

By Vanessa Bates Ramirez Jun 15, 2017 “Our assumptions about how economies function no longer seem to hold true entirely because of exponential technology.” This claim came from entrepreneur and Singularity University faculty member, Amin Toufani, during his talk at Singularity University’s Exponential Finance Summit in New York last week. In what he calls exponential economics or

Promoting national cohesion through multiculturalism

Promoting national cohesion through multiculturalism

by Mohammad Qadeer. Originally published on Policy OptionsJune 6, 2017 Immigration has sparked nativist sentiments, racial divisions and economic insecurities in Western liberal democracies. The election of Donald Trump as the US president is evidence of the political foothold that anti-immigrant sentiment is gaining. It comes in the wake of Britain’s Brexit vote and the