“We can't divorce the role of artists from the role of activists and organizers.”
An animated excerpt of an article from W.E.B. Du Bois depicts the “double-consciousness of a dark body.”
It could vanish sooner than you think.
With the help of new data aggregation tech, gerrymandering is now more precise than ever.
Twin comedians Kenny and Keith Lucas reflect on the power of laughter.
People like to think of themselves as savvy shoppers, but are still vulnerable to these common psychological tricks.
The entrepreneur Anil Dash believes that the tech world has an obligation to be more humane.
What can an individual do about climate change? The easiest answer: make this one dietary switch.
Ta-Nehisi Coates explores how the 2016 election was a reaction to Obama’s presidency.
How worried should we be about robots taking over the world?
Alondra Nelson discusses how ancestry tests can empower African Americans.
The 87-year-old labor leader who fought with Cesar Chavez says grassroots organizing is still effective.
The Wharton School organizational psychologist says kids should practice struggling.
Richard Haass argues the administration's approach to foreign policy is a liability.
Exposing the disconnect between socially constructed beauty standards and the movement of acceptance
“It serves no one, the media or Trump, to have an almost thermonuclear war with each other.”
New data and analysis from PRRI and The Atlantic suggests that it was cultural anxiety more than economic distress that fueled white, working-class support for Trump.
He didn't have to be a successful business man in real life because he played one on TV.
Director Ezra Edelman on how the football player’s commercial success became a beacon for African Americans
Hillary Clinton’s candidacy has catalyzed a level of intense misogyny that probably won’t go away.