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Paradoxical Osmosis: Overcoming It, Before it Undercuts Us… Even More.

As an activist, how do you ensure that your advocacy doesn’t wind up creating the same feeling of oppression you’re trying to upend?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
June 1, 2020
Politics, Prompts
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FAQ About the Food and Drug Administration’s New Microfiction Contest

Drugs used to need to satisfy some of the strictest medicinal criteria to earn FDA approval. These days? A good narrative is all you need.

Jesse Stone
May 26, 2020
Politics, Pop Culture, Science
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Trump’s COVID-19 Press Conference: Sea Monkeys and Other Treatments That Are Definitely Very Scientific

Tuning into Trump’s COVID-19 press conferences, you may get some new ideas on how to stop the disease. Are they helpful? Absolutely not.

Jesse Stone
April 28, 2020
Politics
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Joe Biden Cares About Black Votes. Black Lives? Not So Much.

Black voters saved Joe Biden’s nomination. Now, with Bernie Sanders exiting the race for the Democratic nomination, we must ask: Can Black people trust him?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
April 9, 2020
Politics
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Trump Declares Hot Dog a Sandwich

Thomas Viehe tells the tale of a man so drunk with power, he holds nothing sacred.

Thomas Viehe
February 26, 2020
Politics, Pop Culture
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{Interview} for a Date: Presidential Tinder Bios (and Whether I’d Swipe Right)

If presidents had Tinder bios, how would they describe themselves? And more importantly, which POTUSes would get you to swipe right?

Erin Vail
February 17, 2020
Politics
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New Hampshire: No Country for… Black People’s Electoral Significance

In the first primary of the 2020 electoral cycle, New Hampshire has an opportunity and responsibility to consider the Black vote.

Anthony Rogers-Wright
February 10, 2020
Politics
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Iowa Caucuses… What Are They Really Like? A Q&A with Jesse Stone

What’s more confusing about the Iowa caucuses: the process or the results? We sat down with Iowa resident Jesse Stone to learn first-hand.

Kelaine Conochan
February 6, 2020
Politics
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Bernie’s “Awkward” Debate Moment on Race was an Ironic Paradox for the Climate Change Narrative

In the last debate, Bernie Sanders pivoted a question on race to talk about climate change. But was that awkward moment also a moment of truth?

Anthony Rogers-Wright
December 23, 2019
Politics
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