From the era of slavery to the rise of Donald Trump, wealthy elites have relied on the loyalty of poor whites.
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The movement toward criminalizing homelessness isn’t just bad politics. It’s bad public health policy for communities.
A Bangladeshi girl falls ill after surviving a factory fire. Did labor activists misrepresent the facts about her illness?
Will advertisers’ pursuit of women bolster the Patriarchy through the turn of the century?
Vocational training doesn’t ensure a living wage for students lacking the skills needed for college.
In literature, Hollywood, and hometowns, women still earn less than their male peers.
Women and men are socialized to use public spaces differently. It may take both to change that.
A vivid and honest portrayal of one of the world’s most controversial organizations.
Many are opposed to slavery in principle, but it won’t end until we leverage our collective powers.
It’s like the Paleo, Atkins, Military, or South Beach diets, only much, much richer! Lose big and look like a billion bucks!
A former U.S. congressman deconstructs a dangerous threat to our democracy, freedom, and independence.
Third-party debt collection agencies harass consumers into paying debt they believe they’ve already settled.
Abused children placed in foster care face challenges greater than those who remain with their families.
Exploring the intersection between poverty, the environment, and climate change.
How the U.S. tax code rewards the super wealthy and punishes the working classes.
When organic food companies eschew biodiversity, they endanger our food supply.
Mansur Gidfar talks about political corruption and how voters can fight to take back their government.