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Remembering the Civil Rights Movement

An interview with poet Cheryl Clarke about the 1963 March on Washington

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JFK’s Queer White House

What we can learn about a straight President by looking at the gay men in his orbit

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Hungary’s Attack on Gender Studies

A threatening online message and institutional inaction exposes the official illiberalism

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Gender Ideology and the Brazilian Elections

Bolsonaro represents a hegemonic, masculine, and violent form of inhabiting the world

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