Is Department of Justice Action on Voter Suppression Too Little, Too Late?

In 2011, 14 states passed laws ostensibly to prevent ‘fraud’ at the polls. These laws, championed by Republicans, were primarily aimed at an entirely different purpose: Limiting voting rights for poor people, people of colour, nonwhite people, people with disabilities, younger people, and older adults. Many voters in this demographic, oddly enough, tend to vote with the Democratic party.

Gendering Fairy Tales: Or, the Difference Between Grimm and Once Upon a Time

Once again, the male voyage of discovery is for all audiences; it’s the literary fiction, the tour de force, the New York Times bestseller, while the female voyage of discovery is the mass paperback romance novel in the supermarket checkstand, ‘chick lit,’ romance, primary of interest to women readers.