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Coming Out in India

After decades of an increasingly courageous human rights movement, gay sex is no longer a crime in India. But can society adapt to the law?

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12 Oct 2018

Are Banned Books Good for You?

We explore how controversial literature like The Hate U Give can promote civic awareness and engagement.

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25 Sep 2018

La Causa and the Power of Solidarity

A tribute to the millions of people who unified in support of migrant farm workers in the 1960s.

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30 Aug 2018

An Unusual and Influential Protest Organization

Explore the extraordinary history and legacy of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War.

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27 Aug 2018

Dear Aretha: “The Soul You Spread Will Never Die”

Letters written to the Queen of Soul reveal what she meant to us.

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23 Aug 2018

How Bruce Lee Revolutionized American Culture

On the 45th anniversary of Enter the Dragon, we celebrate the ways Bruce Lee’s legacy lives on.

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20 Aug 2018

The Hazards of Reporting on Human Rights Abuses

Courageous journalists around the world expose political violence and corruption. This makes them an enemy of the perpetrators of such crimes.

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16 Aug 2018

The Birth Control Movement & Social Change

How the Margaret Sanger Papers illuminate the intersections of social reform in the 20th century.

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08 Aug 2018

Why We Need to Read More Works by International Writers

How reading works by marginalized authors enhances understanding of ourselves and each other.

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12 Jul 2018

When Hurston Had a (Mule) Bone to Pick with Hughes

Did Zora Neale Hurston’s refusal to compromise with Langston Hughes secure her literary legacy?

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20 Jun 2018