Susan Donaldson James
Susan Donaldson James

Christine Blasey Ford’s friend, student say she’s “terrified” but has a “commitment to truth”

Her former student is hoping the all-male committee will also weigh the evidence against Blasey Ford and believe her.


“I never dreamed this would be possible”: Working toward a world without AIDS

The United Nations has audaciously declared that HIV and AIDS will be virtually eliminated worldwide by 2030 via strategic moves for prevention and treatment.

Blame, frustration, isolation: Finding common threads in school shooters

Why are young men the common denominator in mass shootings?

The accidental poster child for the civil rights movement soldiers on

On her 12th birthday, Edith Lee-Payne witnessed history. She also became an icon — but she didn’t know until decades later.

Abortion doulas: The quiet foot soldiers in the fight for reproductive rights

Abortion doulas have become quiet foot soldiers defending people in the war against reproductive rights, supporting people through what can be the most difficult of personal choices.