It means paying the how just as much attention as the what.

May we begin to speak rationally, lovingly, even hopefully around the table of open discourse.

We must keep this passion for change alive long after this inspiring, historic day.

This march was about more than just one man or one presidency.

What better advice can we get to move forward, than from the voices of the past?

The key to is remembering that your elected officials work for you.

"You should include all things in your gratitude.”

Stories of victory from yesteryear that prove we can own this one.

I’m not going to lie. There are days when nothing will happen. But.

People are, in fact, gathering, collaborating and making moves to bridge the gap.

Because there’s currently no shortage of amazing shows with incredible female leads.

For when that lull of inspiration takes hold and the world isn’t all sunshine and rainbows anymore.

Because it's feeling increasingly difficult to make a wise choice. Or, is it?

Conversations are getting trickier and trickier to navigate.

Five simple ways we can make a difference regardless of what's in our bank account.

Sit down, grab a cold drink, and gather ‘round for some fresh knowledge.

It’s like seeking to build an uglier, and more damaging, grown-up clique.

How do we raise our voices to address injustice in ways that promote peaceful and respectful communication?

“Next to creating a life, the finest thing a (wo)man can do is save one.”

Rosalind Franklin’s story will inspire and frustrate. And it'll make you want to tell everyone you know.

They were leaders, listeners, revolutionaries, teachers, and nurturers.

We are more than our race, religion, and political vote. But all too often we allow those glaring differences to convince us otherwise.

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