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Erin Robinson

As a baby, you knew nothing of the definitions the world was going to press onto you later in life—black, female, Southern. The world had not yet told you who you were, who you could or should be. You just were. Read more


An adventure that wrecked a country. Read more

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A tale of defending an American identity. Read more


To say that Donald Trump is a racist is to state the obvious but miss the point. Read more


An Interview with Ibram X. Kendi Read more


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Gabriel Barathieu

According to one poll, 93 percent of Americans agree that mothers should receive some paid leave. So why is the U.S. one of the only industrialized nations without institutional support for mothers? Read more


Race has played a heavy hand in the fates of soldiers facing death sentences in the U.S. military. Read more

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