Posted in: Celebrity

Hollywood Celebs Get Dragged For Cringeworthy Anti-Racism Video

An anti-racism video featuring 14 Hollywood celebrities may have done the impossible and brought together a divided nation. Of course, the reason people are coming together is to make fun of the video, which, while it makes valuable points, is chock full of actors acting “actorly” in a manner that The Daily Beast called “cringeworthy.” […]

Posted in: Home & Living

Posting On Social Media Is Not Activism (Sorry, Fellow White People)

For and among white people, the conversation surrounding Black lives and police brutality is often uncomfortable and divisive, so social media may feel like a safe space to share thoughts without dipping one’s toes too deep into the mess. But the truth is that challenging deeply ingrained racist beliefs and systems requires hard work and […]

Posted in: Women

Muslim Women Renew Calls For More Inclusive Programs As Mosques Reopen

As the coronavirus outbreak spread, mosques, like many houses of worship, were required to close their doors even during the holy month of Ramadan in compliance with statewide shutdowns. American Muslims across the country were forced to celebrate at home.  With the entire country homebound, many Muslims turned to online religious programming, and a silver […]

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The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week (June 6-12)

The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant and succinct wit. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious musings of 280 characters or less. Scroll through this week’s great tweets from women below. Then visit our “Funniest Tweets From Women” page for past roundups.

Posted in: Food & Drink

‘Real Systemic Change Requires That We Have A Seat At The Table’

This Voices In Food story, as told to Nancy Koziol, is from Theodora Lee, the owner of Theopolis Vineyards in California, who grows her own grapes and turns them into award-winning wines. Despite this, she still faces challenges getting her wine into stores and finding distributors. Wine remains a predominantly white industry, and while there […]

Posted in: Travel

What You Should Know About Flying Right Now Amid The Coronavirus

Just because summer has unofficially begun doesn’t mean summer travel should be starting up anytime soon. At this stage of the coronavirus pandemic, public health experts still do not recommend nonessential travel, and that includes flying. “It is important to avoid air travel because it inherently involves spending time in places where others have passed […]

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Should You Travel To A Reopened State?

When Georgia allowed businesses to reopen at the end of April, many visitors from elsewhere flocked to the Peach State to take advantage of the restaurants, salons, bowling alleys and more. As other states followed with staged reopenings, the trend continued. These trips are risky amid the COVID-19 pandemic. After all, the threat of coronavirus […]

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Experts Predict What Disney Parks Will Be Like Amid Coronavirus

Over the past few weeks, Disney has announced plans to reopen its U.S. theme parks in phases starting this summer. The reopening date for Walt Disney World in Florida is July 11, while California’s Disneyland is due to welcome guests on July 17. These plans have prompted criticism, with thousands of people even signing a […]

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Father’s Day Gifts For The Sports Fanatic Who’s Missing The Games

The coronavirus pandemic forced major sports leagues to stop allowing fans into stadiums. Many shut down entire seasons, leaving sports fans everywhere wondering when they’ll see their next home run, touchdown or slam dunk. If you’re looking for the perfect Father’s Day gift this year, what about something to fill that sports-shaped hole in his […]