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How do you organize a nationwide protest from behind bars?
The film is notable because it consciously avoids serving up a familiar media brew of technophobia and misogyny.
This is not how journalism works.
A few weeks ago, a copy of Judy Chicago’s 1979 book The Dinner Party: A Story of Our Heritage arrived on my doorstep.
The world is darker today.
Rest in power, Aretha.
Having access to the “beach read” label feels like acceptance—the ability to reach audiences who might see our work as a source of pleasure instead of education.
Why does pro wrestling affect people so much, to the point of emotional catharsis?
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