VOLUME 4 NUMBER 38: “I Want a Masculinity Without Violence,” “The PhD in Racism Black People Receive from This Country,” and “The Complicated Reactions to Queen Elizabeth’s Death,” and a quote by A. Philip Randolph.
She was one of us, the incarnation of the beauty, intelligence, and poise we Black folks saw in our mothers, sisters, aunts, and cousins. Nichols represented all that society denied Black women could be.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 17: Sherry Kappel on the role of an icon and the purpose they do—or don’t—fulfill. What are their qualifications? When do they do more harm than good? And other related topics
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 16: By now we all know of “the slap heard round the world” and have read more takes than we can remember, but Clay Rivers has just a few final thoughts to add to the mix.
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