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Have We Lost Sight of the Promise of Public Schools?

Nikole Hannah-Jones wrote about public schools for the New York Times Magazine.


The Gas-Price Protests Gripping Mexico

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker about the gas protests in Mexico.


In Gambia, the Defeated President Who Wouldn't Go

Alexis Okeowo wrote for the New Yorker about Gambian President Yahya Jammeh


The Great A.I. Awakening

Gideon Lewis-Kraus wrote for the New York Times about how machine learning is poised to reinvent computing itself.


Hate On The Rise After Trump's Election

Alexis Okeowo writes for the New Yorker about the increase in racist and xenophobic harassment documented since Trump’s election


Inside the Battle to Bring Broadband to New York’s Public Housing

Gideon Lewis-Kraus wrote for Wired about broadband in public housing in New York City.


Trump’s Inconvenient Racial Truth

Nikole Hannah-Jones wrote for the New York Times Magazine about Donald Trump and the dynamics of race in the 2016 election.


Hillary Clinton and the Populist Revolt

George Packer wrote the cover story for the New Yorker on how the Democratic party lost the white working class vote to Republicans.


How to Build a Civil Rights Movement for the Digital Age

Gideon Lewis-Kraus wrote a profile of Rashad Robinson in Wired's Obama issue.


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.


Nzingha Prescod, Olympic Fencer

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