Power

Power

The Equifax Settlement Is a Cruel Joke

Experts say the FTC dramatically underestimated the public’s anger over repeated privacy violations.
Karl Bode
8.2.19
Power

The Kim Kardashian Deepfake Shows Copyright Claims Are Not the Answer

The deepfake of Kim Kardashian was taken down by Condé Nast, but it's an example of how copyright laws are a poor replacement for real moderation.
Samantha Cole
6.19.19
Power

A Sex Toy Company Is Suing the NYC Subway for Censorship

The sex toy company says the Metropolitan Transit Authority is violating their rights by not letting it run ads.
Samantha Cole
6.18.19
crime

What It's Like To Lose Your Sister in an Honor Killing

Banaz Mahmod was murdered by her father and uncle even after reporting her fears to the police multiple times. A decade later, her sister Payzee believes that British police still aren't taking honor killings seriously.
Sophie Brown
4.25.19
roe v. wade

What's Behind the New Wave of Six-Week Abortion Bans

Unconstitutional six-week abortion bans have swept Kentucky, Mississippi, Ohio, and Georgia—a new phase of the ongoing efforts to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Marie Solis
4.17.19
politics

Sex Work Is Work—And Its Laborers Are Officially Unionizing

In the UK, sex workers are joining with trade unions to demand better collective conditions for their industry.
Jake Hall
4.17.19
black maternal health

When Will the US Protect Black Women From Dying in Childbirth?

Across the United States, politicians are taking steps toward enacting legislation that reduces racist bias against pregnant Black women and infants. But there's still a challenging journey ahead.
Kimberly Lawson
4.16.19
Op-Ed

The Trans Ban Is in Effect, And Service Members Are Now in Jeopardy

I carried caskets in Arlington National Cemetery. I folded American flags for loved ones. I didn’t know anything about the gender identity or sexuality of those I carried—just that they died in service and wore the flag of this country to the grave.
Charlotte Clymer
4.12.19
#metoo

Reckoning with the Joe Bidens of the #MeToo Movement

The behavior former Vice President Joe Biden has been accused of may not be criminal, but some say it warrants a larger discussion about power and misconduct.
Marie Solis
4.11.19
Books

What Does It Mean to Live a Non-Fascist Life?

Natasha Lennard's new book, "Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life," examines the day-to-day considerations of practicing anti-fascism.
Marie Solis
4.9.19
editors letter

We Can't Ignore Stalking and Domestic Violence on College Campuses

This month, Broadly's Unfollow Me series investigates domestic violence and stalking at universities across the UK.
Lindsay Schrupp
Zing Tsjeng
4.8.19
Unfollow Me

51 Percent of Students Accused of Stalking or Abuse Allowed to Stay at UK Universities

Through FOI requests, Broadly asked every UK university how many students were accused of stalking or domestic abuse, and how many were expelled by college authorities. We found 381 cases of student-on-student abuse and stalking in a three year period.
Sirin Kale
4.8.19
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