Saying the quiet part out loud, a lot of black folk grow up thinking Jewish people are just other white people.
The technologies that are deeply embedded in our lives augment existing asymmetrical power dynamics.
Arundhati Roy wrote “Revolutions can, and often have, begun with reading.”
Sociologist Jennifer Schradie explains what journalists can do to fight fake news.
Neither are perfect, but Facebook might be the lesser of two evils right now.
It also doesn’t make sense.
How African American Vernacular English made it to the internet.
Make sure to pay attention when you see news outlets write in passive voice or blur agency. They are making very subtle value judgments.
Historically and at the present, American politics has too often put black people in the unenviable position of having to cast their vote as harm-reducers first, share-holders in democracy second.
Actress Karyn Parsons has been doing a lot since her days as “Hilary Banks” on the set of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air or the school counselor in Damon Wayans’ Major Payne.
During this pandemic scare, most of us have been quarantined inside of our homes. Parents have had to switch to homes-schooling; trying to figure how to keep their children entertained while also continuing their education. For these parents, one thing I suggest is giving your teens some manga to read. Rooted in Japanese culture, manga…
Ironic masculinity rules in harem-type anime.
Though I enjoy the art-form as a fan, I’m often left ambivalent towards some of its sexist tropes.
For creators from diverse backgrounds, there are plenty of obstacles in the way of success.
A gadget lover’s guide to doing our part to help stem the tide of e-waste.
A powerful and thought-provoking true story, “Just Mercy” follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice.