It started with a cheeky tweet by comedian Ari LaBeija. She wrote that she has looked everywhere for a man as fine as Morris Chestnut, but they just don’t make ’em like him anymore. She was obviously joking (kind of), but it didn’t stop scores of men from hopping into her mentions with sexist insults, and also claiming that they are just as fine as Chestnut. Basically, they tried to All Fine Matters her statement, and the replies devolved into what at first appeared to be your typical Twitter crash and burn of toxicity. … [Read more...] about A random tweet gave us Morris Chestnut Appreciation Day, the relief from misery we all so desperately need
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Comparisons to the romanticized cultural memory of charismatic leadership in the civil rights movement devalues the hard work of today’s activists—as well as those who worked hard outside of the limelight in the earlier movement. Social change—then and now—derives from a critical mass of local work throughout the nation. Those who cannot find leaders in this movement are not looking hard enough. … [Read more...] about Why the current protest movement has (and needs) many different leaders
phased reopening” on July 11. While health and safety are a top concern for McDonald’s, Marion Gross, McDonald’s chief supply chain officer for North America, said in a statement that the company is also “focused on creating positive change for our communities and the planet.” This new restaurant design is one step toward McDonald’s science-based target for reducing emissions in line with the goals of the Paris climate agreement; by 2030, its emissions from restaurants and offices will need to drop 36% compared to 2015. The company is also investing in large-scale off-site renewable energy projects. In 2019, it began buying wind and solar power from massive plants in Texas that generate enough electricity to power 2,500 of its restaurants. … [Read more...] about At this new net-zero energy McDonald’s, on-site solar provides 100% of the power