Always In Season
by Jacqueline Olive
Always in Season is the first documentary feature film to spotlight recent grassroots efforts for justice and reconciliation. The film introduces viewers to relatives of the perpetrators and victims of lynchings...
World Soccer Corruption, Africa’s “Illicit Financial Flows” and Elite Silences
by Patrick Bond
The last week has provided extraordinary examples of how corruption erodes the resources and morals of an entire continent – Africa
[Sex Work Research Findings in Denmark]
by Guest Columnist Bo Jensen
Denmark has experienced an angry and confrontational debate on prostitution during the last 10 years. According to several public opinion polls, 80% of Danes who have taken a position are...
This Is What White Supremacy Looks Like In Black Middle-Class Communities by Sydnee Thompson When I was a kid, every time my family and I went into Detroit, there was a ritual we’d go through. We’d notice the gradual changes from suburban to urban: the crac...
“Nightmare” by Nnedinma Jane Kalu Uju watched her husband, Ikem, hunched over his laptop Facebooking and reading stupid tweets, activities he’d call ‘job hunting’ when Uju accused him of frittering away time. She sat on the couch in front of the TV with t...
Causing a Scene: Neoliberal Urbanism and Spatial Production in Post-Recession New York City
by Jacob Ertel
The role of the state with regard to gentrification has oscillated between minimal and significant involvement since the 1970s…
40 Reasons Our Jails and Prisons Are Full of Black and Poor People by Bill Quigley
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) reports 2.2 million people are in our nation’s jails and prisons and another 4.5 million people are on probation or parole in the US, total...
‘ Mad Max': Fury Road Is a Fun Movie. It’s a Solid Action Flick. But Is
It Feminist™? by Rebecca Cohen
I want to say, as a side note, that there’s nothing wrong with
fantasies of violent rebellion against violent oppression.
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Women key in shaping Black Panther Party | The Clayman Institute for Gen...
When many people think of the Black Panther Party today, the image that comes to mind is male-centered and violent: a powerful man wearing t
'The Wire' Season Five: There ain't no nostalgia to this shit
In episode five of season five of “The Wire,” when heroic stickup man Omar Little avoids a hail of gunfire from Marlo’s enforcers inside of
THRILL SEEKING! TBB Talks to acclaimed Globetrotting Director, Sunny King
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Objective Game Reviews as Hegemonic Erasure? | Not Your Mama's Gamer
Over the years — and particularly, in the last year — the notion that game reviews should be objective, depoliticized, or both, has arisen t
Why The Kim Kardashian Sex Tape Flag Matters | The Vagenda
During what was an absolutely stonking weekend at Glastonbury, I was unlucky enough to witness the 'Kim Kardashian sex tape flag' a few time
Adorable Pictures of the New Kitty, and a Very Odd Song
Tequila and truth, science and skepticism, culture and cynicism, wordsmithing and wonder, and an abundance of alliteration
Please, In the Name of All That is Holey: Do Not Buy Pre-Ripped Jeans | ...
On every high street in the UK at the moment a sea of knobbly knees peeking out from ripped jeans will greet you as you pass by. Some of you