Dogs are the best. These 9 hilarious comics remind us why.

'Home is where the dog hair sticks to everything but the dog.'

If you have a dog, you already know about the limitless source of joy they can bring.

Dogs are so much more than four-legged animals living in our house. They're also our family. They're our best friends. We can count on them to provide us with the best kind of unconditional love.

And that's why Lingvistov.com illustrator Landysh Akhmetzyanova drew these delightful comics.

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The dad of an interracial family admitted to having racial bias. His post went viral.

He's admitting to something embarrassing, for the sake of helping others.

Frank Somerville, a father from San Francisco who works as a news anchor, discovered something about himself that felt horrifying.

He has internal biases. He discovered they can creep up on you even when you're convinced you don't have any.

Let's go back to August 2016 when Somerville saw a white woman sitting at a bus stop. About 30 feet away was a black man walking toward her. Somerville subconsciously made up his mind to keep watching just to make sure the woman was safe. At that moment, a little boy ran up to the black man and caught his daddy's hand.

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How do you document the Black Lives Matter movement? These 10 images are a powerful start.

These photos look past the chaos to see the people behind this impassioned fight for equality.

When Natalie Keyssar graduated from art school in 2009, she was convinced she wanted to be a photojournalist instead.

She didn't want to spend her time by herself in a studio. She wanted to be out in the world, among the people exploring whatever was going on at the time.

She also found while studying painting that subjects that related to current events, activism, and protest movements inspired her. The young artist was using a lot of photojournalism as reference for her paintings in art school.

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Let's begin with the basics: No means no. Always.

There's no room for misunderstanding when someone says "no." Though consent should be a simple concept to comprehend, sometimes a lot of exterior factors can cloud what consent is and what it is not.

That's the powerful premise for these poignant illustrations by Alli Kirkham, also known as ms-demeanor on Tumblr. In this series, she draws women living their lives in different settings and situations but with a clever twist advocating for consent.

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