In the aftermath of one of the most horrific acts of violence seen on this side of the globe, we have to double down on our capacity to understand and support all communities.
Fear, whether from sources real or imagined, is a powerful devisive force in communities. We need to take the time to understand the source of fear in our communities and work to allay these anxieties and support people through their concerns so that we can all eventually support one another fully.
A rising tide lifts all boats, we need to ensure everyone is benefiting from the wonderful resources and opportunities we have in this country and prevent those who would take out their frustrations on the most vulnerable from doing so.
Eggs, unfortunately, are not the answer. In this moment, more than ever, we need more understanding. We need to be considered, grown up, rational and supportive. Division is never going to lead to cohesion, the harder people try to pull everyone apart, the tighter we must hold onto one another and ensure no one gets left behind.
Just Be Nice
A collection of articles relevant to pursuing the effective execution of altruism in the search for equality of opportunity.