Wait, you can make a convincing political point and be truthful at the same time?

This is just one of the many highlights of Bill Clinton's address to the Democratic National Convention, which was one of the only in-depth, policy-focused, and truthful speeches of this otherwise miserable election season. Be sure to give it a look if you haven't already. Cue the comments about how, PolitiFact, and The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics are a bunch of liberally biased hacks in three… two…

In a world where prejudice and discrimination are far too commonplace, people of goodwill must speak out in defense of the marginalized. Sometimes speaking out means raising awareness. Sometimes speaking out means calling for action. Sometimes speaking out means sharing ugly realities and examples of what needs to change.

And sometimes that ticks people off.

Actress and activist Jameela Jamil addressed the people who complain about her calling out injustices on her social media pages. With an exasperated exhale, she shared a message on Instagram for the folks who tell her they'd prefer she just put out "good vibes" on her platform.

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