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As a Black Veteran, I Always Stand for the Flag. But I Understand Why Colin Kaepernick Doesn’t.

Theodore Johnson wrote for Vox about Colin Kaepernick.


How Clinton Should Handle the Stumbling Story

Julian Zelizer wrote for CNN about how Hillary Clinton should handle the media coverage of her stumble at the 9/11 event.


The Teen Killers of the Drug War


Sorry Folks, Veterans Are Not Necessarily Experts on Foreign Policy

Rosa Brooks wrote for Foreign Policy about veterans and foreign policy.


The Breathtaking Beauty of Our Planet's Destruction

Bina Venkataraman wrote a feature essay for Foreign Policy Magazine on the aerial perspective of Earth and climate change.


Reforming Ukraine After the Revolutions

Joshua Yaffa wrote an article for the New Yorker on the promise, hope, and frustration of Maidan.


Riz Ahmed’s Tragic Transformation on “the Night Of”

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker about "the Night Of."


Swet Shop Boys’ Rap as Protest

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker about protest rap and the Swet Shop Boys.


My Drowning City Is a Harbinger of Climate Slums to Come

Virginia Eubanks wrote for the Nation about drowning cities, and future climate slums.


Nzingha Prescod, Olympic Fencer

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker about the Olympics and Nzingha Prescod.


Maybe Trump's Not Trying to Win the White House — He's Trying to Start Trump TV

Levi Tillemann and Julian Zelizer wrote for the Los Angeles Times about Donald Trump after the election:


A Mauritanian Abolitionist Visits the United States

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker about Biram Dah Abeid, a Mauritanian abolitionist that visited the United States.