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The Past, Present, and Future of the Black Lives Matter Network

By Charlton McIlwain

Aug. 13, 2015

Black Lives Matter is a movement defined and understood by its presence online. Charlton McIlwain, a scholar who studies race and digital me

The Past, Present, and Future of the Black Lives Matter Network

Black Lives Matter is a movement defined and understood by its presence online. Charlton McIlwain, a scholar who studies race and digital me


Changing the Debate on Sex Work

As Amnesty International considers decriminalizing sex work, Gary Barker underlines the need to highlight what healthy sexuality looks like


A Second Chance Offers Powerful Possibilities

Mary Alice McCarthy and Patricia Hart on President Obama’s Second Chance Pell Pilot program.


Without Inclusion, No Hope for Peace in South Sudan

Mediators are working frantically to end the conflict in South Sudan, but Kelly Case points out how any peace agreement is hopeless without


Google v. Hood: Coming Soon to an Appeals Court Near You

What do Google, the Sony Hack, and the Mississippi Attorney General have in common? As Emily Hong explains, they’re all part of an ongoing l


Doing Good with a Bottom Line

Sheeva Sairafi, a former T.J. Maxx buyer whose startup connects artisans to global markets, reflects on her struggles as a socially-consciou


The New Balancing Acts

Listen to thought leaders on work and family talk about what comes next when it comes to "having it all."


The Struggle Continues

This month marks the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act. Journalist Ari Berman and civil rights experts gathered at New America NYC t