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Mel Gibson gets fired

Reading Time: 4 minutes Mel Gibson was fired Sunday night. The noted actor and antisemite was scheduled to be one of the grand marshals of one of the yearly Mardi Gras parades. And the fact that he was even slated to be one of the two grand marshals will strike many of you odd because, well, Mel Gibson is […]

Posted inNonreligious News

Atheist groups are reviewing ethics complaints about a notable Black leader

Reading Time: 6 minutes Mandisa Thomas, the president of Black Nonbelievers and one of the most visible Black atheist leaders in the country, has taken a “leave of absence” from the American Humanist Association (where she’s a board member) and faces an ethics review by American Atheists (where she’s also on the board). It comes weeks after an open […]

Posted inNews

Florida joins Texas, Arizona in weaponizing migrants by sending them to other states

Reading Time: 2 minutes Don’t get too caught up in recent headlines around Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, where two planes of some 50 migrants, many Venezuelan, showed up suddenly on Wednesday. Yes, this caused great confusion and a scrambling of community resources to provide basic necessities and aid to very confused arrivals who spoke little English. But it’s also nothing […]

Posted inRacial justice

Failure of Jackson’s water system leaves residents without drinking water indefinitely 

Reading Time: < 1 minute Jackson is Mississippi’s largest city, with over 160,000 residents. As of Monday, almost all of those residents are without safe drinking water. And neither city nor state officials know when the water will be drinkable again.  The issues with Jackson’s water system were caused by river flooding, which caused critical damage to the city’s main […]

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