As a U.S. citizen of 35 years, I've been excluded from acting roles because of my race and age. I am writing this piece to encourage younger generations of “Neithers” to fight for better industry representation.
Fair Observer is launching a regular feature highlighting the hyperreal dimension of the news we consume. Here, two authors examine the media coverage of superstar Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s interview by the CEO of the German publishing giant Axel Springer, Mathias Döpfner.
Some scientific explanations are so simple and universal they seem to defy logic. For example, vibrations explain almost everything about brains and bodies, in particular how “good pain” works. This article previews a talk for the Festival of Consciousness in Barcelona.
Fair Observer invites the public to participate in a wide-ranging dialogue exploring avenues, ideas and insights that are typically avoided or even excluded from treatment by the popular media. It is your questions and your answers that will feed the dialogue. Everyone is invited to join our crucible of collaboration.
Most reports and news coverage about female terrorists are patronizing. They assume that women are victims instead of individuals who chose to resort to violence. A better understanding of what drives women to violence would help counter violent extremism.
Women have to deal with sexism throughout their lives. As they get old, they have to deal with ageism as well. This must end because they deserve better and also because they offer society many unseen benefits of great value.
After the Supreme Court’s monumental decision to overrule Roe v Wade, states may now ban abortion in the US, raising a moral question that lies at the heart of the country’s culture wars.
It’s time for students to get going—virtually.