Hannah Harris Green
Hannah Harris Green is a Los Angeles-based writer and radio producer interested in globalization, social justice and the body.
We often talk ruefully about how the U.S. judicial system will “put the victim on trial" in sexual assault cases. But when it comes to people applying for asylum in the U.S., that's literally what happens.
There's an entire medical field around reproductive health and psychiatry, but doctors say the helpful treatments have yet to be fully accepted by mainstream medicine.
For a man to establish paternity, all he has to do is sign a piece of paper stating that he is the father with the mother’s agreement. But for a same-sex couple, a genetic relationship isn’t enough—and neither is the consent of both partners.
The practice is still legal in 42 states despite decades-long ethical concerns. In the #MeToo era, things are starting to change.
New studies show that between 20 and 40 percent of college students don't have reliable access to food. Old attitudes about ramen in dorm rooms are finally giving way to real efforts to help them.
Services like REVRY and Dekkoo aim to bring diverse queer content together on one platform. But are their good intentions enough to survive?
While the eyes of the public are on refugees' journeys into Europe, we spoke to victims of aggressive deportations from the UK, who say they were "treated like animals."
We spoke with Posdnuos about the history of sampling, music lawsuits, and the new method they've developed for this album.
The new play is based on Katherine Boo's book about the lives of families living in Annawadi, a slum in Mumbai. Unlike the book, however, it avoids complex issues in favor of one-dimensional entertainment.