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Whitewashed History: The “Loud” Podcast Amplifies Reggaeton’s Overlooked Black Roots

Ivy Queen’s insightful podcast “Loud” examines reggaeton’s past, present, and future.

Toys Are Us: Unlocking Trauma Through Classic Trinkets

“Living in a world filled with uncertainty and some pretty terrible things, people are seeking toyetic comfort food.”

Greater Outdoors: Meet the Leaders Making Nature More Accessible

“I know people always want to ask, ‘How can we make the outdoors less racist?’ That isn’t the right question; it’s more, ‘How can we challenge [and obliterate] the notion of public lands?’ These are seized lands; these are colonized lands.”

Owe Really: Financial Advice Ignores the Shared Reality of Debt

When financial advice doesn’t openly acknowledge that people live with debt, it only reinforces shame and guilt.

5 Feminist Albums That Got Us Through December

This month we listened to Tierra Whack, Alicia Keys, ZOLA, and more.

13 Shows and Movies We Loved in 2021

From the unexpected buzz around Squid Game’s horrifying meditation on the problem of debt in South Korea to the catharsis of Mayday’s feminist revenge.

9 Shows and Movies We Hated in 2021

These are some of the biggest disappointments we saw this year.