Just before it achieved international superstardom, the band U2 recorded a song called “Pride (In the Name of Love).” It is a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Its lyrics, such as “they took your life / they could not take your pride,” suggest that King exemplified inner strength in the face of adversity. Let us ask what this song would mean as a theory of self.
The kid’s name was Lil’ Yo—well, that’s what all his little buddies called him—and immediately his presence snagged my attention.
If the international community takes its crimes seriously, then the discussion about the unfolding genocide in Gaza is not a matter of mere semantics.
I understood death to be an essential part of life, but understanding this fact still didn’t make the experience of losing someone dear any easier.
Reparations for the tremendous damage of the Global War on Terror is one crucial part of the movement for global justice, in which lawyers should be active participants.