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Hollywood Needs to Start Hiring Actual Africans to Play Its ‘Ethnic’ Characters

In a time when we’re finally getting to celebrate culturally specific content, mainstream film and television continues to fail characters of African descent.
Tayo Bero
4.23.19
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What I Learned from Reading a Whole Bunch of Trump Tell-Alls

It's not really selling out unless you cash in.
Alex Norcia
4.19.19
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Marianne Williamson Wants to Make Democrats the Party of Faith

For progressive, religious people like me, the 2020 candidate has a powerful message
Issac J. Bailey
4.17.19
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Julian Assange’s Whistleblowing Doesn’t Make Him Immune to Critique

Yes, he founded Wikileaks and has also flagrantly dodged two sexual assault allegations – both realities can be true at once.
Oscar Rickett
4.12.19
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Is the GOP Healthcare Plan Actually an April Fools' Prank?

It's the only way to explain what Republicans have been doing and saying on healthcare.
Harry Cheadle
4.2.19
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A Surprising Number of People Don't Seem to Care About the Mueller Report

For all the intense media coverage, few people have changed their minds about Trump even after the conclusion of the investigation into his campaign.
Harry Cheadle
3.29.19
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Now That I Know the World is Doomed, Should I Get Into Advertising?

I’ve marched for climate change. I’ve read Naomi Klein. What else can I do?
Jordan Foisy
3.28.19
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Trump Never Had Anything to Fear from an Insider Like Robert Mueller

We have effectively written white-collar crime and public corruption out of the US code.
David Dayen
3.27.19
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All 76 of Andrew Yang's Policies Ranked from 'Regular' to 'Science Fiction'

Under President Yang, we'll all be voting on our phones using blockchain and getting free marriage counseling.
Justin Caffier
3.27.19
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Making Friends Is Tough After You Leave a Cult

How Seven of Nine from ‘Star Trek Voyager’ spoke to my social dilemma.
Star Spider
3.26.19
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Egging Politicians Is Good, Actually

The egging of a xenophobic Australian politician shows how much power there is in confronting your opponents in public and making them look dumb.
Karen Geier
3.21.19
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Actually, Cellphones Can be a Good Thing in the Classroom

My high school was paperless. Instead of banning cellphones, why don’t we work to create an engaging classroom environment?
Sherina Harris
3.20.19
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