A rising university student graded his ex-girlfriend's apology note and posted it to Twitter. While many thought it was hilarious, his ex didn't and filed a complaint with his school (she was not a student there). The result? The student was suspended.
This is an interesting read about the importance of parents getting involved in the education of their children. Of course, a real education goes beyond what is taught in school. That's where What They Don't Teach Teens comes in...
Misogyny must end. As this author correctly identifies, one of the most effective steps to achieve this goal is for fathers to teach their sons that it all starts with them.
Chief Lanier’s comment is right on point--if police are arresting the same people over and over then there’s a bigger problem that needs to be addressed. The criminal justice system needs a makeover, including, more meaningful resources devoted to prevention and intervention efforts. The police can’t be expected to do it all—nor should any of [...]
It’s a sad reality that we’re training bystanders how to treat gun shot wounds. But, as they say, it is what it is and it’ll certainly save lives. With the rash of mass shootings in the US, all of us should know basic gun shot first aid.