A decade after losing our family money and the privilege that comes with it, I still look at my friends with envy.
Survivors' guilt, or feeling overwhelmingly ashamed and anxious about being relatively shielded from the prevalent problems of the pandemic, can also take a huge toll on mental health.
In these conservative and orthodox pockets, LGBTQ communities find other ways to make their voices heard.
Ryan Haughton, a Black Canadian man living in Jakarta, reflects on race and privilege.
While names like #BBQBecky and #PoolsidePete are catchy (and funny), many believe the terms for white people weaponizing 911 calls against Black people in blatantly innocuous situations is a form of dealing with pain.
“Being a vegan is dope and all the haters can suck my balls.”
A former classmate messaged me about a job for a new tropical ice cream company that needed bilingual “sample girls.” It seemed easy, and I’d be getting $9 an hour. What followed was hell.
How young activists are making change online and off.
At 26, Yvan Sagnet organized the “Nardò uprising,” a two-month strike held by migrant workers which led to the trial of 12 people for slavery and the first anti-gang-master law in the country.
The deportations haven’t stopped, but 18-year-old Fatemeh Khavari made Sweden pay attention to their struggle.
We asked some incoming students to capture what it meant to be the new kids at school.