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Rosie Gillies is the engagement editor at Boston Review. She writes the weekly newsletter and the weekend reading list. You can read more about her here.
BR writers on how we can fix it.
Rosie Gillies, Boston Review
Your fourth of July reading.
An alternative father’s day reading list.
We also need to abolish prisons—as well as put an end to counterterrorism. An abolitionist reading list.
—and those who wish they could be mothers. A reading list for Mother’s Day.
Philosophers, historians, and political scientists contribute to a reading list on nonviolence.
An MLK Day reading list on how his radicalism was erased.
There’s more that’s wrong with our medical system...
From Walt Whitman to Arundhati Roy, here are the essays that were read the most over the past twelve months.
Boston Review, Rosie Gillies
From PTSD to dissenting.
A bumper crop of brilliant essays on why populism isn't “anti-elite”, Trump isn’t a populist, and more.
Our best writing from our archives on why torture is not the same thing as interrogation.
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
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