Freedom’s voice will find a way to speak. What will history say about how we chose to use it?
Matthew Rozsa loves quotes. And he disagrees with economic conservatives. Here’s where he’s going with that.
Does putting a woman on the $20-bill represent actual change? Or does it mask systemic sexism and racism?
Yes, the Supreme Court’s decision was historic, but we — as a nation — have much farther to go on the path to social justice.
Having a law in place is only the first step in any kind of equality, it’s up to us to keep making progress.
Marriage has always belonged to the people, which is why it was returned. It was always going to find its way back.
Native Americans often have to contend with depictions of themselves that serve others needs and desires. Debbie Reese responds to The Atlantic Monthly’s latest defense of that practice.
The World Is at Stake: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Internet Activism, and Reverberations in the Hyperbolic Chamber
Saumya Arya Haas says outrage over the limited and problematic portrayal of women and minorities in literature is well deserved.
Warren Blumenfeld explains why race is a continuum — not a simple line with “white” on one side and “people of color” on the oth
Rising to the Challenges of Our Time: White Racial Justice Organizing in Denver in Black Lives Matter Movement Times
Chris Crass speaks with Zoë Williams, who believes in the power of grassroots efforts to create meaningful change.
Maisha Z. Johnson explains how, even when you have the best of intentions, you may be doing something racist and harming others.
A Florida man has spent $90 million of his personal wealth to create a nature preserve and protect threatened species of animals.
Matthew Rozsa explains how terrorists justify their horrific actions and what we need to do to stop them.