Perhaps the Republican Party truly believes that there are enough racist white people in America to keep them relevant. They may even be right, but that can’t last.
While Selma is profoundly moving, it points to the need to continuously reevaluate the lens we understand women with.
Jolie offers nothing new or interesting to the genre of WW2 movie making, and that’s profoundly disappointing.
Upon rewatch, I was struck by how Firefly seemed to be a turning point for self-proclaimed feminist Joss Whedon.
#BlackLivesMatter is slowly building one of the most powerful leftist movements in Michigan.
Perhaps the most startling part of the discussions surrounding Tamir Rice’s death is the refusal by some to acknowledge the role that race played in the police decision to shoot him.
To create a new spectrum of policing in the US is no easy task, but it’s long past time.
It’s a scary time to be Muslim in Australia.
What could be better for a corporation than an imprisoned imprisoned consumer base that has no other choice but to use their services?
There’s a common thread running through these stories of police brutality, and it’s not so much the militarization of the police as it is the racism