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Multiple award-winning poet and memoirist Maya Angelou said it best: “In diversity, there is beauty and there is strength.” Peter and Aaron accept the true value of diversity and how it benefits America’s future.

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Pantsuit Nation—Meet Jia

by Libby Chamberlain

Every day, sexual harassment and gender-based violence occurs against women both in person and online. Brianna and Jia have experienced it firsthand and are determined to fight back.

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Pantsuit Nation—Meet Karen

by Libby Chamberlain

Karen’s sexual identity should not exclude her from the basic inalienable rights that most people in our country take for granted.

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Parenting may be its own reward, but it’s difficult enough even under the best of circumstances. Lauren and Rajib want to raise loving and respectful children in a better world than the one we have now.

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Pantsuit Nation—Meet Rachel

by Libby Chamberlain

Pro-Choice is not a liberal slogan, nor is it a conservative slur. The women who make decisions about bringing life into the world do so for their own personal reasons, like Rachel.

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Every Memorial Day we honor those who sacrificed their lives while serving in the United States’ armed forces. Read their stories.

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Hot, Hungry Planet

by Lisa Palmer

As California’s drought dragged into the next year, I couldn’t shake the sense of a crisis brewing in Carmel Valley. I was also hearing reports of conflict over water in war-torn Syria. I wondered, could water conflict on that scale ever occur here?