In 1857, the first edition of “The Language of Flowers” was published. This book offered its reader a wealth of knowledge about the messages and emotions that could be shared through flora. You know. Sage to show esteem, basil to signify hatred, and violets to tell the world that you’re […]
One year in to the pandemic and there finally seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel. As a small organization, at the end of March 2020 we feared that covid-19 would result in the shuttering of our metaphorical doors. Instead we have made it through knowing more […]
“But I also say this: that light is an invitation to happiness, and that happiness, when it’s done right, is a kind of holiness, palpable and redemptive.” Mary Oliver This came from Sec. of Defense Lloyd Austin today: “Trans rights are human rights, and on this Trans Day of Visibility I’m pleased […]
Racially based violence is unacceptable. UN|HUSHED stands with the Asian-American community against violence and hate. We believe in the inherent human value of every individual. In order to make our beliefs impactful, we must begin by learning about and understanding the history of anti-Asian American racism and violence as well […]
It’s already March!? We don’t know about you, but time seems to be sneaking by faster and slower than normal some how. As we head in to March here’s what we’ve got going on below.
The Answer is No: “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” and Our Evolving Understanding of Consent Put down the milk and cookies and gird your loins, guys, gals, and non-binary pals. The War on Christmas is here again. Starbucks released their holiday cups, alleged serial sexual harasser Bill O’Reilly is on Twitter […]
Every night in America, there are heroes patrolling our streets, keeping them safe and clean. They don’t do it for the fame or the glory. They don’t even do it for the soft, internal glow of altruism. They just do it because they’re Opossums and they’re hungry. As the only […]
Say what you will about medieval Europeans, but they knew their way around crude humor. Whether the jokes be scatological or sexual, they were often exceedingly dirty and delivered with the same gusto as a fifth grader telling a brand new fart joke. For most of the middle ages, most […]