“The same ingredients are a part of all of us. They’re just shaped and distributed differently.”
“Green, blue — Disney has no problem with characters that are different colors, it seems, as long as that color is not brown. What does it say to Black kids watching when the world’s biggest children’s entertainment company cannot give them even one animated film that features a Black person that stays a Black person throughout? What does this say about Blackness to kids who are not Black? About whose life is being portrayed as mattering? And whose does not?”
On two road trips wandering the backroads of the South — taken 20 years apart — Pete Candler discovers many truths about his family and the place he comes from.
Editor and author Tom Swick looks at how travel writing has changed over the course of his career.
Is “Eastern Europe” disappearing? Was it ever real, or just a figment of Cold War imaginations?
Was It really about a murderous clown, or was it about our ability to forget the horrors of the past?