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February 21, 2016
Hillary Clinton’s Investment in Nevada Pays Off
Clinton took away 19 delegates, including Latino-heavy precincts on the east side of Las Vegas.
February 4, 2016
Finally, Obama Visits an American Mosque
“You fit in here,” the president told American Muslims in a rebuke to growing anti-Muslim bigotry.
February 4, 2016
Why Have I (Almost) Always Voted for the Male Candidate?
I’ve had many chances to cast a ballot for a woman in primary races. I had plenty of reasons why I shouldn’t.
January 6, 2016
Twitter’s White-People Problem
Will the company become a leader in reforming its workforce, or a case study for how the tech industry’s relentless whiteness destroys innovation, too?
Donovan X. Ramsey
December 16, 2015
How Diversity Destroyed Affirmative Action
Once race-conscious admissions stopped being about equity and reparation, the only argument for it was the enrichment of white students. That was never going to hold up.
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August 17, 2015
Julian Bond Built Coalitions, Practiced Solidarity, and Showed Us the Future
When the civil-rights leader was nominated for vice president in 1968, we got a glimpse of the new politics.
July 14, 2015
Why 100 Black Intellectuals Rallied Behind This Professor
Many black intellectuals want and need to engage with an audience outside the ivory tower—but these public conversations leave them vulnerable to attack.
June 30, 2015
Increasing Diversity in Tech Will Take a Lot More Than Promises
Facebook and Google have been trying to increase diversity for a year, to little result.
June 19, 2015
We Need to Do More Than Fix the Pipeline to Get Parity for Women in Office
Without Title IX, women athletes would not have had the opportunities that they do today. We need a similar movement for women candidates.
March 4, 2015
How the Movement to Unseat Rahm Emanuel Is Challenging ‘1 Percent’ Urbanism
As Chuy Garcia gains momentum, another city seems possible.