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Edition 194

Restorative Justice for the #MeToo Movement?

A process that emphasizes accountability and reconciliation for smaller, everyday transgressions could help bring justice to more women.

Edition 194
Restorative Justice for the #MeToo Movement?

A process that emphasizes accountability and reconciliation for smaller, everyday transgressions could help bring justice to more women.

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Edition 193
Dismantling the Digital Poorhouse

If not used carefully, new technology for social assistance can further disconnect the poor—undermining needs and rehashing old narratives.

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Edition 192
Justice for Kesha?

Sunday's Grammys ceremony gave Kesha a stage for a night. The industry should have given her—and many others—much more.

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Edition 191
When Transparency Also Needs Transparency

Why it matters if the effort to hunt down online trolls is made by the trolls themselves.

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Edition 190
Crap, I Forgot to Go Incognito!

On how Millennials are both the most cyber-secure generation and the most cyber-insecure generation—and what to do about it.

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Edition 189
The Case for More Diverse School Curricula

Schools' student populations have changed—but their textbooks, for the most part, haven't.

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Edition 188
2017: A Close Reading

This edition of the Weekly highlights material New America staffers have read in 2017 to help them fill up the tank as they head into 2018.

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Edition 187
The Sexual Politics of 'Lady Bird'

What a film set 15 years ago has to say about politics in 2017.

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Edition 186
What You Need to Know About the Fight to Save Net Neutrality

'Net neutrality' may sound like a wonky term, but its repeal would have ramifications on the average internet user.

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Edition 185
The Implications of America's Extractive Exit

Leaving a resource transparency initiative can chip away at credibility globally—and diminish citizens' ability to hold leaders to account.

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Edition 184
Chicago's (Still) Divided Public Schools

A recent investment decision in Chicago sustains a pernicious problem—that some schools are "worth" improving, and others aren't.

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Edition 183
Where Is Your 'Third Place'?

As Americans go to church less, communities are losing an important civic space.

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