Even though there’s growing awareness that race is a social construct — it defies biological definition — it’s really hard to let go of a concept that feels so real. There’s also a temptation for progressive, more or less decent human beings, who...
Leighann Lord is a standup comedian from Jamaica Queens, who was the winner of the 2019 Humanist Arts Award. She is an author of several books, including Real Women Do It Standing Up and Dict Jokes. She hosts a podcast called People with Parents,...
This is a shameful day for the Center for Inquiry.
I have a LOT of patience, caring, and even love for the Center for Inquiry. That patience is wearing thin.
I've been trying to do my small part...
Kavin SenapathyNo offense at all to Julia Sweeney, but @center4inquiry further whitening its overwhelmingly white Board of Directors today is shameful, disappointing, pathetic, and dangerous. Details here
The right-wing provocateur’s grift exposing “the tyranny of the left” worked—until it didn’t.
Kavin SenapathyHi @hannahgais. Thanks for mentioning that there are many at or associated with @center4inquiry (myself very much included) have pushing back against this bullshit.
And we'll keep pushing.
Despite urgent warnings from environmental groups to reduce their environmental impacts, the largest meat producers in the world are failing to take action.
Kavin Senapathy"This year, the FAIRR Index has analyzed the sustainability efforts of 60 of the largest animal protein companies across nine different categories ... and in many cases found company efforts lacking." By @jennysplitter
Kavin SenapathyCan this be true, a hospital system forgoing @BabyFriendlyUSA for a "Family Friendly" approach that centers parents' rights to informed choice and babies' rights to be safely fed? Looks like @rush_health is doing just that, as announced in this Fri video
American slavery began 400 years ago this month. This is referred to as the country’s original sin, but it is more than that: It is the country’s true origin.
Kavin Senapathy"The 1619 Project aims to reframe the country’s history, understanding 1619 as our true founding, and placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center of the story we tell ourselves about who we are."
Point of Inquiry co-host Kavin Senapathy has covered food and agriculture for years, and if she’s learned one thing, it’s that people’s views on farming are rife with misconceptions. The conversation around food is complex, and involves a slew of...