Did you see the interview with the Korea expert, from his home office, where his children come into the room? Who did you think the woman was who frantically pulled them out?
“Mere words won’t change the way that some people — the less-visible members of political constituencies — must continue to wait for leaders, decision-makers and others to see their struggles. In the context of addressing the racial disparities that still plague our nation, activists and stakeholders must raise awareness about the intersectional dimensions of racial injustice that must be addressed to enhance the lives of all youths of color.”
Beyonce’s new video has received lots of commentary since it was released. Saturday Night Live satirized some of the reaction from White Americans.
Poet and artist Rupi Kaur on how she conquered Instagram with a photograph that challenged taboos around women’s bodies.
Women’s Studies are popular in most learning environments, but how about Men’s Studies?
Four decades after its inception, some academics reflect on the range of responses.
A NY Times article explores how the U.S. Army’s ban on some popular African-American hairstyles is targetting (and angering) some female soldiers