Why Legendary Actor Danny Glover Is ​​Getting Too Tired Of This Sh*t

Listen to Hollywood actor and political activist Danny Glover passionately explain why the same problem exists in every corner of this country, whether it's in the streets of Philadelphia, San Francisco, Chicago, or New York. He's tired of the fact that this country is waging war on its people and not on the core of the problem itself, and he's hoping that this documentary he's supporting will spark some of us to rethink and discuss the underlying problems at play.

Why Legendary Actor Danny Glover Is ​​Getting Too Tired Of This Sh*t

The documentary they're speaking about is called "The House I Live In." Find out where you can go see the movie, too.

Oh, and if you're too young to know who Danny Glover is, find a copy of "Lethal Weapon" and have your mind BLOWN by the awesomeness that is 90s action films. But really, he's also a pretty incredible political activist worth listening to.

As Canada's women's soccer team prepares for its gold medal match against Sweden this week in Tokyo, it also prepares to make history as the first Olympic team to have an openly transgender, non-binary athlete win a medal at the games.

Quinn, the 25-year-old midfielder, announced their non-binary identity on social media last September, adopting they/them pronouns and a singular name. Quinn said they'd been living openly as a transgender person with their loved ones, but this was their first time coming out publicly.

"I want to be visible to queer folks who don't see people like them on their feed. I know it saved my life years ago," they wrote. "I want to challenge cis folks ( if you don't know what cis means, that's probably you!!!) to be better allies."

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