#metoo,  Part 1

by   EDITOR’S NOTE: These stories are not sanitized in any way. They are graphic accounts of hideous acts against women. If you believe you will be offended by the content, refrain from reading. #me […]


Rainbow Minutes

by   by Brian Burns and Judd Proctor   Honoring American Indians   In the early 1900s, efforts got underway to recognize the contributions of American Indians when Seneca Indian Dr. Arthur C. Parker of […]

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Book Review

The Crime of Punishment

by   Dale Brumfield’s “Virginia State Penitentiary: A Notorious History” by Charles McGuigan Two-years in the making, Dale Brumfield’s latest book, “Virginia State Penitentiary: A Notorious History”, is undoubtedly the most thorough work of its […]

Brian Burns


by     by Brian Burns and Judd Proctor     Standing Tall Before Stonewall   While many credit the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York as the spark that ignited the nation’s gay rights […]

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“The Carbon Code: How You Can Become a Climate Change Hero.”

Saving Our Planet Despite Trump

by by Fran Withrow Despite what Trump might say, I firmly believe we are in the midst of climate change, and I was heartbroken that he refused to sign the Paris Climate Agreement.  But I […]