This week, Global Comment editors are reading about race in America, from how Oregon was settled to the rise of Richard Spencer.
To be Asian-American is to be part of a huge and complex racial, social, and political history, but some people behave as though there’s only one right way to do it.
The fire at Grenfell Tower was no ordinary tragedy: It was a preventable disaster that targeted poor and marginalised people. Will the government take it seriously?
Where are the tormented thinkpieces on Clinton voters? The majority-white demographics of American newsrooms may answer this question.
Can we disrupt the model minority myth to place Asian firmly in the heroic pantheon?
To my fellow white gay men: It’s time to acknowledge and own your privilege, and to create a truly inclusive Pride — and movement.
Correspondent Lauren Wissot reports on a series of provocative testimonies to race, power, and culture at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.
Global Comment’s editors are reading some outstanding longform journalism this week, including a look at child sexual assault, a feature on horseshoe crabs, and more.
A week of PR screwups has Philippa Willitts wondering if anyone managed to come out ahead in the United-Pepsi-Nivea-Spicer smackdown.
After casting Eurasian actor Henry Golding in its leading role, Crazy Rich Asians is raising questions about what it means to be ‘Asian enough.’