By April M. Short The stories we do and don’t tell about ourselves and these times in which we’re living shape the direction of our lives and our cultures. Stories have the power to alter how we interact and relate. Those who study cultural anthropology and the origins of humanity are finding that cultural stories—the things people […]
It is easy to refute the false attacks on Medicare for All from those who promote a private healthcare system, given P’s experience.
I was amazed at how fluidly we tied the story of America’s involvement in Venezuela with local politics on the Tamara for Georgia weekly panel.