As the COVID-19 vaccination becomes more readily available to Southerners, more questions arise. We asked our Reckon followers about their plans after getting their vaccines, and the responses were varied. Southern states have received the lowest number of vaccinations so far. In Georgia, only 9.8% of residents have received their [...]
“People kind of look at it like ‘queer’ and ‘Southern’ are on opposite ends of the same spectrum. They are not. They are wildly different. One is a social community and one is your family and heritage.”
We've lived through too many "unprecedented events" in 2020 and now, in 2021. Feeling numb? There's a term for it, and Reckon spoke to the expert who coined it.
Thousands of Americans have tried out therapy in the wake of 2020. Mental health awareness is up, but therapists are slammed.
The vote of whether to confirm the Electoral College's 2020 election results happen on Jan. 6, 2020. Here's how it went.
Self-care doesn't have to cost $39.99 plus tax. It can be as simple as intentional breathing and taking a walk.
The short film is now streaming on Youtube, and you can read more about the process of filming here.
Chokwe Lumumba, the late mayor of Jackson, Miss., used to say, "To change America, you have to change the South." That's been true since the first enslaved Africans were delivered to Virginia in 1619, a year before the Pilgrims landed up North, since the federal government was forced to cut [...]
Friendsgiving decision: Some say cancel everything. Some say it's worth the risk. Everyone is struggling.
We asked the Reckon audience who they were honoring with their 2020 vote. Here's how they responded.