Jonathan Shuffield

Jonathan Shuffield

Matthew Shepard Could Have Been Any of Us

Matthew Shepard
Editorial
My father came in and asked me why I was so emotional over some stranger I didn’t even know. In that moment I was him and he was me. ...
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We Will Not Be Unseen: A Message of Resilience from Spokane

Jonathan Shuffield
Columns
Do not mistake me for wanting this day to be somber, to turn our party down. On the contrary, let our history remind you why we celebrate! Let it make you dance longer, scream louder and love harder! ...
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Hope from Tragedy: The Pulse of Survivor Christopher Hansen

Christopher Hansen
National
In the moments following the shootings and for days and weeks to come, Christopher became the unassuming face of Pulse that night. ...
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After Paris: The Search for Goodness in Humanity

Editorial
They tell you to have a thick skin in media, but sometimes I forget to guard my soul. I am confused at our cannibalistic ways. ...
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Feeling ‘The Normal Heart’ and Discovering the Tribe

Top News Editorial
As we enter Pride Month and the parties and the parades begin all over the country, it's important not to get lost in the festivities. ...
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The New Politics of Personal, Professional Relationships

Top News Editorial
The road ahead may be hard because the map will have to be made as we discover it, but isn’t that how we made our way West? How we shot for the moon? ...
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Starbucks and Race: At Least Schultz is Trying Something

Top News Columns
Everyone seemed to keep saying that we did not need to talk about this, this is not an issue, but the very response says that there is one. ...
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Dolce & Gabbana: It’s Too Late to Apologize

Top News Editorial
Apologies have become a type of social currency, a quick way to buy yourself out of a smudge to your reputation without having to be sincere. ...
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This Season’s Cashmere Scarf: Taking Liberties to Discriminate

Religion is supposed to provide a moral compass in how we approach life, but so many seem to have fallen for pitfalls of arrogance, judgment and entitlement.
Top News Faith and Religion
Religion is supposed to provide a moral compass in how we approach life, but so many seem to have fallen for pitfalls of arrogance, judgment and entitlement. ...
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