82 Days of Silence: Why We’re Speaking Up for Marco McMillian
Marco McMillian (Image via ‘Marco McMillian for Facebook)
From THE GRIO – It’s been 82 days.
Map Shows How Racist Twitter Really Is
Students in an Advanced Cartography course at California’s Humboldt State University have unveiled…
In her classic ’60s documentary, Shirley Clarke profiles a loquacious 33-year-old gay hustler who dreams of having a nightclub act. Her subject could hardly be more complex — and in examining him, she raises important questions about the relationship between fact and fiction.
Photo: Milestone Film
In Mississippi, a white constable shot a paraplegic black man in 1965. Was his claim of self-defense true?
— Justice In The Segregated South: A New Look At An Old Killing
Photo: Joseph Shapiro/NPR
According to our latest survey on Mexican public opinion, about six-in-ten Mexicans (61%) say they would not move to the U.S. even if they had the means and opportunity to do so. However, a sizable minority (35%) say they would move to the U.S. if they could, including 20% who say they would emigrate without authorization.
Well, well, well!
China’s one-child only policy and historic preference for boys has led to a surplus of marriageable Chinese men. Young women are holding out for better apartments, cars and the like from potential spouses. And prospective in-laws are socking away savings to try to appeal to a future daughter-in-law.
Photo: Sim Chi Yin for NPR
Chickens are roosting.
Fired SendGrid Developer Evangelist Adria Richards Speaks Out
On the Internet, As In Real Life, the Onus Is On The Woman to Not Get Burned
To paraphrase Smashing Pumpkins, “The Internet is a vampire, set to troll.” It can get pretty ugly…
Why You’re Not Married, But Why That Doesn’t Matter
This year is the 41st year of my parents’ marriage. They met in the easiest, yet random way…