July 3, 2019
Discover the rise of unskilled immigrant care workers helping Americans die peacefully in their homes instead of in nursing homes.
July 1, 2019
Black women are more likely to give birth prematurely than any other group of women in the US—Dána-Ain Davis explores this reproductive injustice shrouded in racism
May 15, 2019
Today, there is no community in America that can claim to be untouched by the twin regulatory forces of thin privilege and fat stigma.
October 15, 2018
—Amber Jamilla Musser
On Simone Leigh’s exhibit at Luhring Augustine and brown jouissance that brings together violence and possibility in the same frame in order to reclaim and remake selfhood.
October 12, 2018
—Ralina L. Joseph
A black woman icon such as Serena Williams has to bear the disproportionate burden of not only being the target of racist attacks, but also of being above responding to them, maintaining a pose of “strategic ambiguity.”
March 13, 2018
—Chandra D. Bhimull
In Wakanda, there, is a kingdom, is a nation; are traditions, innovations, scientific marvels and machine-driven feats, natures held in high regard; is where women are unapologetically brilliant and unflinchingly strong; is a where without whiteness; is black genius. In Wakanda, “extraordinary possibilities” are realized, whereas in reality the process of colonization had them “wiped out.”