By using bigotry as a tool for his political and financial agenda, Trump exposes the enduring legacy of prejudice
in our society. He is not the originator of this legacy, but he has taken advantage of it to influence our
feelings and thoughts. He reminds us of our past and what we have to do to continue advancing.
Delve into the risks of pornography - is it about consumption, production, or societal prejudice?
Examining Governor Ron DeSantis' political career, highlighting his bigotry, and controversial policies such as
voter ID laws and restrictions on transgender participation in women's sports, questioning his commitment to
equality and inclusivity.
Education is not only about learning facts and skills, but also about learning how to be a member of society.
However, not everything that is taught in school is explicit or intentional. There is also a hidden curriculum
that influences our beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors. In this blog post, you will discover what the hidden
curriculum is, how it affects education and society, and what you can do about it.
Rigid Christian beliefs on gender identity and expression are a binary view of male or female, creating
stereotypes and biases that limit individual freedom and potential. We examine how some people challenge these
beliefs and embrace their true gender, and how those repressed by Christianity are harmed. It is important to
understand that Christian gender roles are a form of gender oppression.
How a man learns the hard way that being nice to a disabled person doesn’t make him a saint, but a sucker. A
hilarious story of love, lies, and wheelchairs. Vincent Triola reveals the depths of bigotry behind the facade of
politeness and compassion, challenging our stereotypes and prejudices.
This article reveals the cruel, hateful, and ignorant people who keep racism and inequality alive in America. Rosa
Parks is the symbol of justice and dignity in this article because she stood up for her rights by not giving up
her seat on a Montgomery, Alabama bus in 1955, which sparked the civil rights movement in the United States. Using
humorous and truthful stories, Vincent Triola and Terry Trueman show how racism is still an issue in our society
and urge people to be smarter about racism and inequality.