Starting this month, we'll be rounding up all of our favorite news content and sharing it with you. This handpicked collection is meant to inspire new ideas, spark meaningful discourse, and keep you up to date on the latest trends relating to the social sector. Enjoy!
If a white coworker randomly walked up to me with what I thought was light-hearted small talk. She then steered the conversation to police brutality, asking my opinion on a particularly graphic video she saw on Facebook. The cell phone video showed a young black girl getting dragged by a white policeman. Let's just say I was not ready to share my thoughts on this video with a work colleague.
To be honest, at that moment I didn't even have cable and I hadn't for more than three years. In this day and age that doesn't stop me from being informed about what's happening in the world. Once something hits the news (such as a school shooting, an unarmed minority getting shot by the police or a vulgarly expressed and ignorant tweet by a random or presidential celebrity), everyone knows almost instantly, and quickly replies, screenshots and shares the news.Read more