On this Juneteenth, when America commemorates the ending of slavery in the United States and honors […]
It is not often that an obituary of a virtually unknown person makes national news, but […]
There is no better straight ally of the LGBTQ+ community than billionaire businessman Marc Benioff, the […]
For Father’s Day, let’s celebrate John Maynard Keynes (pronounced “Cains”) who is recognized as “the Father […]
On June 15 in 2020, the US Supreme Court ruled that the federal law barring sex […]
For Flag Day, it seems appropriate to remember renowned artist RobertIndiana. Like the American flag, Indiana’s […]
This past January for her role in “Killers of the Flower Moon”, Lily Gladstone made cinematic […]
On this the 8th anniversary of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, it is appropriate that werecognize Orlando […]
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz was the remarkable 17th century Mexican nun, poet, composer, philosopher, and feminist, […]
American chef, cookbook author, lecturer, teacher and pioneering television personality helped shape of the course of […]
Called “the laureate of the nursery for her achievements,” Margaret Wise Brown is the American author […]
American artist Chella Man is exploring the notion of identity as a thought-provoking artist, sculptor, writer, […]
Regarded by many as the greatest jazz singer of all time, jazz icon Billie Holiday changed […]
On the 80th anniversary of D-Day, it seems appropriate to recognize ground-breaking historian, activist and self-described “community-based” […]
Jarret Barrios has distinguished himself as a responsive leader and politician. From 1999 to 2007 he […]
Indian-born American lesbian and community organizing force of nature, Urvashi Vaid was the first women of […]
Hosteen Klah was a remarkable Navajo artist who defied traditional gender roles. They were recognized as […]