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Canada and South Africa both used similar commissions to grapple with their histories of racism and genocide. The U.S. could benefit from following suit.
The census provides crucial demographic data that’s used to allocate resources—and suppressing responses from immigrants and other marginalized communities could have dire consequences.
The publishing history of “No-No Boy” shows how writers shifted the narrative about internment and draft resistance.
Parity is at the core of agriculture’s potential to address overproduction.
The U.S. owes Guatemalan migrants and asylum seekers some recognition after decades of destructive involvement in their country.
Co-op alternatives to Airbnb strive to offer short-term rentals that respect local communities.
As one of the few out queer journalists covering the tragedy on the ground, I learned that my identity served my work, not hindered it.
For Black people, whose donor pool is exceptionally small, addressing racism in the medical profession is crucial to finding solutions.