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September 25, 2020

Q&A

Historian Ana Raquel Minian on Immigrant and Latinx Rights

A story of shifting public sentiment and interconnected economies.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

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September 22, 2020

Q&A

Historian James Campbell on White Backlash

Freedom, justice and equality are too often seen as zero-sum.

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Deni Ellis Béchard

September 22, 2020

Q&A

Sociologist Matthew Clair on Race and Class in Criminal Justice

It takes more than a movement to transform the system.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

September 22, 2020

Q&A

Politics Scholar Omar Wasow on Protests, Violence and the Media

How activists tell their stories can help build coalitions, says the Class of ’92 alum and Princeton assistant professor.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

September 21, 2020

All Right Now

The Doctor in Charge of the NBA Bubble

Five swabs a day keeps COVID away, and other tales from the league's unprecedented epidemiological experiment.

By

Kelli Anderson

September 18, 2020

Q&A

Social Psychologist Brian Lowery on Privilege

People separate advantage and disadvantage—even though you can't have one without the other.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

September 18, 2020

Q&A

Back to ‘School’

What things are like now from the educators’ side of the Zoom.

By

Charity Ferreira

September 16, 2020

Online Exclusives

Hard Conversations

I’m working toward a world where we no longer need to warn our children and grandchildren.

By

Lane Morgan

September 2020

Columns

All the Difference

Change—from the profound to the prosaic—is at hand.

By

Kathy Zonana

September 2020

Features

How to Build a Movement

Social change can seem sudden, as if millions awoke one day to the same realization. But really, scholars say, consensus is constructed through thousands of small acts over generations.

By

Deni Ellis Béchard

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