SOURCE: Los Angeles Times
The breadth and inclusivity of protests against police abuses is unlike prior waves of activism and experts suggest it may secure change where others have failed.
by Stanley Kurtz
America’s colleges taught Western civilization for centuries before the curricular disruptions of the 1960s, and the topic’s appeal was trans-partisan.
SOURCE: New York Times
Across the industry, publishers are releasing titles by authors who were previously marginalized or entirely lost to history.
by Patrick L. Hamilton and Allan W. Austin
Superhero popular culture has always been embedded within American racial attitudes, reflecting and even contributing to them in ways that reveal goodwill is not sufficient, in and of itself, to fix our problems.
by Jason McGraw
Juan Valdez is mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore.
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