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To curb sexual assault, victims need allies and advocates. Former University of Missouri football player Rolandis Woodland is a model for this.
His deportation policy isn’t just a moral failure—it’s bad politics, too.
A 2009 coup, followed by punitive sanctions, has led to a huge spike in human trafficking.
Public school teachers are being laid off, but TFA is expanding—leaving some of its own recruits uncomfortable.
Occupy Wall Street activists like Cecily McMillan are still fighting the state, only this time they’re waging their battles in the courts.
In Showtime’s powerful new documentary, Years of Living Dangerously, will the West’s rapacious consumption habits be let off the hook?
While the Internet may create space for many voices, it also reflects and amplifies real-world inequities in striking ways.
The imprisonment of an American couple in Qatar reveals biases in criminal justice, at home and abroad.
The network wants to reshape the market. But first it must reach—and win over—its viewers.
A growing controversy over use of the “paddle” to discipline children has a painful racial subtext.
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