“Jayhawks must be honest and able to reckon with the world around us. How else are we supposed to become global citizens and changemakers?” Codi Keith Charles writes in this column.
“Taxation has gone too far in Kansas. The sales tax on food is simply the most obvious way to begin to see beyond the veil,” Kirsten Kuhn writes in this column.
700 Maine is one of those buildings where memories are etched into our consciousness, from meaningful experiences to long-lasting friendships, Tom Harper writes in this column.
“Is alienating a tactic used by folks in power to deflect the attention off of their unrighteous living?” Codi Keith Charles writes in this column.
“All five of these women are leaders in the struggle to increase understanding of disability as a common human condition and an issue of diversity, versus the outdated view of disability as a personal frailty and a reason to be shunned and segregated,” Dot Nary writes.
“Please, let’s not talk about returning to business as usual, or getting back to the way it was before the pandemic. As a community, we have seen too much, and hopefully learned some things both personally and collectively,” Edith Guffey writes in this column.
“Intimacy is often weaponized by power and not afforded to many divine Black humans,” Cody Charles writes in this column.
“I have worked with youth, both virtually and in person, since the pandemic began two years ago. I have seen firsthand the sorrow and fear these children carry with them daily,” Ella Lee Dominguez writes in this column.
“Once again, backwards Kansas legislators are standing in the way of progress and freedom. … The current proposed medical cannabis bill leaves much to be desired,” Kirsten Kuhn writes in this column.
“The rest of the year, it’s as if (Black) history has little relevance or connection to policies, politics, how we choose to spend our money or live our lives,” Edith Guffey writes in this column.
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