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Learning to Hate Shakespeare

What are the implications of being engaged with Shakespeare at the expense of what could otherwise be regarded as a black or African authenticity?

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Moral Witness at the White House

On Wednesday June 12, Rev. Dr. William Barber II brought his campaign to D.C.

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Why Occidental College Revoked a 1929 Honorary Degree to White Supremacist Paul Popenoe

Confronting the legacy of eugenics in the United States and its ties to the founder of modern marriage counseling

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Letter Two to Germany: Visiting Boston Under Trump

In March 2019, Berlin-based author Esther Dischereit observes the Academy Awards from Boston

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White Men Running (For President)

The DNC’s nostalgic embrace of familiar, and obsolete, white male leadership

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On These Truths

History can’t save the world. It can’t even save democracy. But it can offer hope.

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