Jasmine Sanders writes a cultural history of Black women and fur.
Before she was a punchline, she was a 24-year-old Ecuadorean immigrant who was subject to years of domestic violence, including rape, at her husband’s hands.
The relationship is entirely conscripted as service and bound by capitalism and the fantastically presumptive leap is, The money doesn’t matter because I like working for you. And if you’re the racist in the relationship: I can’t be horrible because we’re friends now.
An interview with Louis Rudd and Colin O’Brady, two men who set out from the Ronne Ice Shelf on the western edge of Antarctica on November 3rd, 2018 in a two-man race. Pulling all the equipment they’d need to survive for two months on sleds called pulks, which man would be the first to traverse Antarctica — the coldest continent on earth — in a solo, unassisted journey of 921 miles?
From the editorial board of the New York Times, an eight-part interactive series on the state-by-state push to restrict the rights of pregnant women.
It’s a literal tautology. A sparkly, sparkly tautology.
Police departments and amateur videographers are filming drug addicted people in active overdose and posting the footage on social media in an attempt to publicly shame users to get clean. The reality? Drug addiction is complicated and humiliation isn’t always effective.
Eliza Dushku is an actress best known for her recurring role on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and was repeatedly harassed by her co-star, Michael Weatherly, on the CBS series “Bull.” She believes she faced retaliation after she complained, and was written off the show. Investigators who looked into the case said Dushku’s story was emblematic of larger problems at CBS.
From literature to identity, upward mobility to forging community, this one architectural element continues to play an important role across generations in Detroit.