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150th Anniversary Issue
Race and Ethnicity
Yesterday 5:36 pm
Why the Black Church Forgives Dylann Roof
And how President Obama’s Charleston eulogy used the theology of black liberation to call the country to account for racism.
Kelly Brown Douglas
Yesterday 5:11 pm
Trying to Forgive the Black Church
Dylann Roof can’t have my mercy, but I can make peace with black Christianity.
Yesterday 4:43 pm
Why the New US-Russian Cold War May Be More Dangerous Than the Last
As the Minsk accord seems to collapse, new military dangers loom.
Stephen F. Cohen
Yesterday 3:58 pm
Black Women Vilified as a ‘Lesbian Wolf Pack’ Speak for Themselves in a New Film
Out in the Night
tells the story of the New Jersey Four, women who faced felony charges after defending themselves against an attacker.
Yesterday 3:00 pm
The Roberts Court Tunes In to Democracy, for Once
In the marriage-equality and Obamacare rulings, the justices respected the will of the people—and our Constitution.
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Yesterday 3:00 pm
Yesterday 1:03 pm
Is There a Human Right to Kill?
How governments, NGOs, and conservative think tanks turned the language of human rights on its head.
Yesterday 12:01 pm
The ACLU Has a New Plan to Win on Criminal Justice Reform and LGBT Equality
Take the fight directly to voters.
Yesterday 9:58 am
This Professor Was Fired for Saying ‘Fuck No’ in Class
The misuse of sexual-harassment policies by pusillanimous college administrators is creating a campus panic.
Yesterday 7:00 am
July 2, 1964: President Lyndon Johnson Signs the Civil Rights Act
"The legislation will provide a framework of achievable goals within which agitation, demonstrations and picketing will tend to take place."