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Basquiat in Brooklyn.
Meet Jesse Lee Peterson, who says what the right would like to, but can't.
Black farmers and the agrarian culture they embody are rapidly disappearing.
Though promoted as an antiracist event, the rally lamented the state of the corporate music industry generally.
As the saying goes, behind every successful woman is a man who is surprised. Harvard president Larry Summers apparently is that man.
Once upon a time, a psychiatrist named Fredric Wertham went on a tear over Wonder Woman.
History holds clues to a winning electoral strategy for progressives.
Imagine, in the same month as the death of the muse of high camp, Susan Sontag, we have England in an uproar about Prince Harry and his silly armband.
Affirmative action, in theory, is a matter of distributive justice, which is why liberals and progressives tend to look benevolently on it while conservatives and libertarians consider it a trave
When Mary Frances Berry resigned as chair of the Commission on Civil Rights on December 7, the media's harsh, fleeting spotlight on Berry's purported combativeness distracted readers from the rea