Nobody would say we're flawless — especially not in a summer of mass shootings and police killings.
OtherWords columnist Jill Richardson writes about food, agriculture, the environment, health, tolerance, and well-being. Currently pursuing a PhD in Sociology at University of Wisconsin-Madison, she’s the author of Recipe for America: Why Our Food System is Broken and What We Can Do to Fix It.
The murder of police officers is a terrible tragedy, but most Americans already believe that cops' lives matter.
Plenty of white people have no clue about how their neighbors of color experience America.
Anxiety and depression can make it harder for people to reach out for the help they need.
Instead of funding our parks, the government will now auction off naming rights to the highest corporate bidders.
It may take over three decades to regulate consumer chemicals that we already know are deadly.