August 23, 2019
—Beverly Yuen Thompson
Tattoos continue to seep into new areas of representation—such as the Summersalt advertisements in which people of different shapes, sizes, abilities, gender identities, races, ethnicities, and body modifications are portrayed.
July 11, 2019
The author of Fixing Parental Leave discusses the importance of parental leave and not just maternity leave. Fathers deserve time to bond with their kids too!
April 12, 2019
—Deana A. Rohlinger
Political moments, such as the Biden moment, highlight the diversity of opinions among politicians in the same party, and can pose problems to a party. But social movements can capitalize on uncomfortable moments for political parties and build their own ranks.
December 10, 2018
“[M]inds imagine things just like minds remember things, but the resources and the effects of imagination and memory are cultural and social.” Original post by Culture, Cognition, and Action blog.
October 4, 2018
Through the lens of the law profession, Norgren walks us through succinct points where education and legislation would help end workplace discrimination, and maybe aid ending discrimination outside the office too.
September 12, 2018
Avoidance and isolation offer immigrants short term protection from the reach of law enforcement, but also form a barrier to participation in the form of agency that is most likely to deliver long term relief: social movement organizing.
February 26, 2018
— Carol Spindel
Student government leaders are demanding the removal of Indian imagery from campus buildings and opening discussion about a new mascot. The presence of this re-energized student activism is one reason for optimism. But students need to hear from campus leaders.
January 25, 2018
—Jennifer N. Fish
Paid household labor took a front seat in the lineup of causes at this year’s Golden Globe Awards. This celebrity-activist public alliance leveraged a prime media moment to call “time’s up” on sexism—in politics and practice.