In a surprising denial from the typically inclusive show, the makers of Sesame Street say that the puppets are best friends, not partners.
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Given how the franchise made a remixed mess of a 2013 Trayvon Martin-inspired episode, I'm not counting on its producers to get it right.
Understanding the past experiences of the disability community can help heighten awareness of current events and create more informed and engaged citizens.
In ‘Unapologetic,’ Charlene Carruthers Offers Young Black Organizers Inspiration, Purpose, and Strength
“There’s no magic bullet,” said Carruthers in an interview with Rewire.News. “At some point, people have to be driven and make an active choice to engage in some kind of way, no matter what that is. And oftentimes the single choice to do something leads to being able to deepen our work.”
Here are a few more that have gotten me through blistering summer days, long subway rides, and continued aggravation over the state of the world.